Does Migration Influence Regional Growth in Romania?
In the European framework, regional convergence is crucial in ensuring European integration. “Sigma-convergence” deals with how the distribution of national output across economies evolves over time whereas “beta-convergence” deals with the mobility of this output within the same distribution. Migration is one important mechanism in generating convergence. In Romania, during the last few years, the main results point out at an income divergence trend with no migration influence. This irrelevancy of migration can be explained by the very low levels of net migration rates.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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