Migration and Density – Major Problems for the Economic Future of Emerging Economies
The world is changing. Civilization has moved from discovery and populating their territories through colonization to the next level. Those who recently tried to win a piece of land to settle are now driven by economically developed areas to survive and lead a better life. We therefore return to the abandoned areas in uninhabited areas. Steps to work the developed world now repeat emerging states. Populations we are talking about now migrate to areas that are economically developed but hundreds of millions. And yet migration is not "free" (see the case of China).
Volume (Year): X (2010)
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