The determinants of immigration from Mexico to the United States: a state-to-state analysis
Avilia Bueno and
Deborah Mart�nez Villarreal
Applied Economics Letters, 2013, vol. 20, issue 7, 638-641
The determinants of undocumented immigration flows from Mexican states to US states utilizing data recently released by the Mexican Consulate are analysed. The results generally support that immigrants tend towards states with higher Mexican immigrant populations, shorter distances, higher wages and smaller populations.
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