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Migration, International Trade, and Finance - Introduction

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  • Xavier Chojnicki
  • Cecily Defort
  • Vincent Dupont

The papers in this special issue of Économie internationale/Economie Internationale are a subset of selected papers presented at the XIII “Spring Meeting of Young Economists” (SMYE), which took place from April 17-19, 2008, at University of Lille2 ( Since 1996, the SMYE is held each spring and is aimed at PhD students, postdoctoral students and young lecturers. It covers the whole spectrum of economic endeavor from game theory to finance, and from international trade to development economics. The seven papers in this special issue demonstrate the range of issues and methodological approaches tackled during the SMYE conference. The fi rst three papers deal with skilled migration, the fi rst two one embracing the perspective of sending countries when the last one carries on the new European emigration to the US...

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Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 115 ()
Pages: 5-8

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Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:2008-3tintroduction
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