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Journal of Economic Surveys

BRIDGING TRADE THEORY AND LABOUR ECONOMETRICS: THE EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION

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  • This paper represents part of a larger project conducted by the authors on International Migration. Another part is forthcoming as Gaston and Nelson (2011). Unlike that particular paper, this paper's primary focus is on surveying theoretical and empirical work on the link between migration and trade.

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Abstract This paper surveys current theoretical and empirical research on international migration with a particular emphasis on the links between trade theory and labour empirics.

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