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Some Further Results on the Impact of Migrants on Trade

By Edgar Morgenroth and Martin O'Brien

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This paper investigates the relationship between migration and trade. Specifically it adds to the existing literature by allowing for the endogeneity of migration, as predicted by theory, while also allowing for the relationship between trade and migration to be non-linear. In contrast to previous single country studies this paper utilises a large cross section dataset for 26 countries and their trading partners.DYNREG, International Migration, International Trade, Gravity Model

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