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contributor.authorD'Agosto, Elena-
contributor.authorSolferino, Nazaria-
contributor.authorTria, Giovanni-
date.accessioned2007-02-21T15:23:02Z-
date.available2007-02-21T15:23:02Z-
date.issued2006-11-
identifier.urihttp://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=944460-
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2108/311-
description.abstractThis paper analyses the link between FDI inflows and migration waves from developing countries. In addition, it investigates mechanisms through which this link works. Empirical results indicate that FDI can be seen as substitutes of migration through direct and indirect labour demand. However, the paper demonstrates that a positive relationship (complementarity effect) between FDI and migration flows takes place. In longitudinal analysis results indicate that the complementarity effect prevails. In cross section analysis, estimating a two equation models, we find that a substitutability effect is at work through the impact of FDI on human capital accumulation but the direct complementarity effect also prevailsen
format.extent368140 bytes-
format.mimetypeapplication/pdf-
language.isoenen
publisherCEISen
relation.ispartofseriesCEIS Tor Vergata Research Paperen
subjectinternational migrationen
subjecthuman capitalen
subjectFDIen
titleThe Migration FDI puzzle: complements or substitutes?en
typeWorking Paperen
subject.jelF22; International migrationen
subject.jelJ24; Human capital formation, occupational choice, labor productivityen
subject.jelF21; International investment, long-term capital movementsen
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