Regional impacts of migrants' expenditures: an input‑output/vacancy‑chain approach

Jouke van Dijk, Jan Oosterhaven

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Migration of human beings may have substantial effects on the region of origin the region of destination the nation as a whole as well as on the migrant. Not all aspects of migration however have been given equal attention. In economic theories migration is often seen as an equilibrating mechanism between regional labor markets. However empirical studies by means of simultaneous-equations models often show contradictory or insignificant relations between migration and (un) employment which is possibly due to the rather aggregated
Originele taal-2English
TitelIntegrated analysis of regional systems
RedacteurenPeter W.J. Batey , Moss Madden
Plaats van productieLondon
Aantal pagina's25
StatusPublished - 1986

Publicatie series

NaamLondon Papers of Regional Science

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