Skilled migration: the perspective of developing countries
Frédéric Docquier () and
No 3382, Policy Research Working Paper Series from The World Bank
The authors focus on the consequences of skilled migration for developing countries. They first present new evidence on the magnitude of migration of skilled workers at the international level and then discuss its direct and indirect effects on human capital formation in developing countries in a unified stylized model. Finally they turn to policy implications, with emphasis on migration and education policy in a context of globalized labor markets.
Keywords: Public Health Promotion; Economic Theory&Research; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Human Migrations&Resettlements; Voluntary and Involuntary Resettlement; Economic Theory&Research; International Migration; Health Monitoring&Evaluation; Human Migrations&Resettlements; Voluntary and Involuntary Resettlement (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Working Paper: Skilled migration: the perspective of developing countries (2007)
Working Paper: Silled migration: the perspectives of developing countries (2007)
Working Paper: Skilled Migration: The Perspective of Developing Countries (2007)
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