Edited by Anna Triandafyllidou
Chapter 11: Migration and trade
This chapter gives an overview of recent economic research on the bidirectional relationship between migration and trade. It shows that trade liberalisation is unlikely to lead to a reduction in migration from poor to rich countries. Instead, migration and trade appear as complements, with strong and robust evidence of the trade-creating effects of migration.
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