The economic analysis of international migration: a generalization.


"This note examines and extends the following two propositions: that finite international factor movements are beneficial to the nationals of the destination country but detrimental to those left behind in the source country and that marginal movements do not have such welfare effects. Using some newly developed techniques, the propositions are found to be… (More)


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