Edited by Robert E.B. Lucas
This Handbook summarizes the state of thinking and presents new evidence on various links between international migration and economic development, with particular reference to lower-income countries. The connections between trade, aid and migration are critically examined through global case studies.
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- International Handbook on Migration and Economic Development
- Chapter 1: Migration and economic development: an introduction and synopsis
- Chapter 2: Informing migration policies: a data primer
- Chapter 3: The economic history of migration: the pre-World War One USA as lens
- Chapter 4: International migration, trade and aid: a survey
- Chapter 5: The discourse and practice of co-development in Europe
- Chapter 6: Does development reduce migration?
- Chapter 7: Development through seasonal worker programs: the case of New Zealand’s RSE program
- Chapter 8: Southern hub: the globalization of migration to South Africa
- Chapter 9: Emigration and wages in source countries: a survey of the empirical literature
- Chapter 10: Migration, technology diffusion and institutional development at the origin
- Chapter 11: The migration–trade link in developing economies: a summary and extension of evidence
- Chapter 12: Return migration and economic development
- Chapter 13: Growth in forced displacement: cross-country, sub-national and household evidence on potential determinants
- Chapter 14: Economic consequences of conflict and environmental displacement
- Chapter 15: Development, immigration and terrorism
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