Why Migrate: For Study or for Work?
AbstractOver the past decades, globalization has led to a huge increase in the migration of workers, as well as students. This paper develops a simple two-step model that describes the decisions of an individual vis-à-vis education and migration, and presents a unified model, wherein the two migration decisions are combined into a single, unique model. This paper shows that under the plausible assumption that costs of migration differ over the human life cycle, the usual brain drain strategy is sub-optimal. With an increase in globalization, the brain drain strategy will be replaced by the strategy of migration of students. View Full-Text
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Brezis, E.S. Why Migrate: For Study or for Work? Economies 2016, 4, 17.
Brezis ES. Why Migrate: For Study or for Work? Economies. 2016; 4(3):17.Chicago/Turabian Style
Brezis, Elise S. 2016. "Why Migrate: For Study or for Work?" Economies 4, no. 3: 17.
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