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Commercio e migrazioni. UE, Tunisia e Marocco

  • Gabriele ORCALLI


  • Gianluca TOSCHI


  • Gianluca TOSCHI


Il paper discute il legame fra integrazione regionale nel Mediterraneo e flussi migratori. Con gli Accordi Mediterranei, l'UE si proponeva, favorendo la stabilita' e la crescita dell'area attraverso gli scambi commerciali, di ridurre gli incentivi per l'immigrazione. I dati disponibili ad oggi non sembrano, tuttavia, confermare questa tendenza: in realta', negli anni considerati, ad un significativo aumento delle esportazioni dalla Tunisia e dal Marocco si accompagna anche una crescita delle emigrazioni. La nostra verifica empirica segnala una forte difficolta' a spiegare le cause di questo fenomeno. Mentre appare chiara la correlazione fra commercio, occupazione e salari nei settori esportatori, non Š possibile spiegare la relazione fra commercio ed emigrazione, ne' nell'ipotesi di sostituibilita' fra le due variabili ne' in quella di complementarieta'.

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Paper provided by Universita' Politecnica delle Marche (I), Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Sociali in its series Working Papers (Special Serie) with number 4.

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