Tales Of Migration Without Wage Differentials: Individual, Family, And Community Contexts
AbstractBy means of examples that pertain to individual, family,and community contexts, it is shown that migration between locations is compatible with a zero expected net earnings differential between locations. The examples give rise to testable predictions that differ sharply from the predictions that emanate from a standard postulate of earnings differential.
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