By Christopher Tsoukis, George M. Agiomirgianakis, Tapan Biswas
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J. and 1" Rojas-Suarez (1994), Liberalisation of the Current Account: Experiences and Issues, in Leiderman and Razin (1994) Mills, J. and K. Prasad (1992), Comparison of Models Selection Criteria, Econometric Theory, 11,210-33. M. (1988): Are Saving and Investment Cointegrated? Economics Letters, 27,31-34. , and P. Pen'on (1995), Unit Root Test in ARMA Models with Data-Dependent Methods for the Selection ofthe Truncation Lag, Journal ofthe American Statistical Association, 90,268-81. Obstfeld, M.
If emigration has negative externality on the performance of the labor force (because the emigrants are usually the more skilled professional workers), the MP s curve shifts downwards. For the sake of simplicity, assume that all workers in the North are skilled so that immigration does not affect the MPN curve. The new equilibrium with migration is Ell. Although, the capital-labor ratio goes still higher up in the South, the per capita production function shifts downwards. If the negative externality effect is strong enough, the per capita output of the workers will go down.
Although in this paper we are concerned with the economic factors behind migration, economic factors alone do not explain the migration from the South to the North. Religious and racial conflicts, war, degrading working conditions in the labor market, absence of social security, colonial linkage and a host of other factors play important roles in the decision to emigrate. A. It is clear that language 22 Chapter 2 and political uncertainty (in case of Iran and Vietnam) are significant factors in the decision to emigrate.
Aspects of Globalisation: Macroeconomic and Capital Market Linkages in the Integrated World Economy by Christopher Tsoukis, George M. Agiomirgianakis, Tapan Biswas