Do immigrant outflows lead to native inflows? An empirical analysis of the migratory responses to US state immigration legislation
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- Michael Good, 2012. "Do immigrant outflows lead to native inflows? An empirical analysis of the migratory responses to US state immigration legislation," Working Papers 1202, Florida International University, Department of Economics.
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