Investissement, protectionnisme et décision de migration internationale
[Investment, protectionism and decision of international migration]
AbstractThis article leaves the principle that the protectionist policy are favorable to the preservation of the stable rates of salary. These rates of salary will have for object to maintain the cost of migration of the populations of the protected sectors and thus to maintain constant the migratory stream. We assimilate the protectionist policy to the import ban of the rival products of the protected sector. We demonstrate while if the economy of the country of the South possesses two sectors (a protected sector and a not protected sector), the liberalization of the not protected sector will entail rates of salary more raised in this sector. It goes, at first, entail a migration interns of the sector protected towards the not protected sector. As consequence, the cost of international migration falls. if the rate of internal salary is weaker than the rate of salary expected from the international migration, the population, the rate of salary of which is weak, will be incited to emigrate.
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Date of creation: 2008
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Factors of emigration; investment; production; not qualified workers; decision of migration; costs of migration; rate of salary; protectionism;
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- F2 - International Economics - - International Factor Movements and International Business
- F22 - International Economics - - International Factor Movements and International Business - - - International Migration
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