Discussant'S Comments For American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Selected Papers Session Sp-3x, "International Human Resource Issues"
This session focuses on applications of various migration, family labor and labor market models in international settings. Papers include: Rural Labor Mobility in China: Net Flows and Trends, Bryan Lohmar and Scott Rozelle, University of California-Davis; Changbao Zhao, Research Center for Rural Economics, Beijing. Fertility Desires and Sample Selection Bias: The Case of Senegal, Diafuka Saila-Ngita, Boris Bravo-Ureta, and Rafael Perez-Escamilla, University of Connecticut. Intergenerational Succession in Israeli Family Farms Ayal Kimhi and Noga Nachlieli, Hebrew University. A Panel Data Approach to the Output-Inflation Tradeoff: A Review of the International Evidence, Harold Zavarce, Carolina Pagliacci, and Maria-Christina Espinoza, Texas A&M University.
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