Barriers to exit
Alberto Chong () and
Gianmarco León ()
Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 1, 93-97
Unlike previous work on barriers to entry in international trade, we test four theories on barriers to exit, and find that macroeconomic and brain drain explanations explain them, while institutional and cultural hypotheses are not empirically robust. Findings are robust.
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