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Los efectos economicos de la migracion en el pais de destino. Los beneficios de la migracion mexicana para Estados Unidos

  • Juan Luis Ordaz Diaz
  • Adolfo Albo

En este documento de trabajo se evidencian algunos de los efectos positivos que la migracion tiene en paises de destino, un tema que ha sido poco analizado. En particular, se revisa el caso de la migracion mexicana en los Estados Unidos. Se señalan, entre otros, los beneficios potenciales que se derivan de un rejuvenecimiento dela poblacion con efectos positivos sobre la seguridad social, el empleo, el consumo agregado, la politica fiscal y monetaria, y el crecimiento economico. Se señalan y se cuantifican la importancia de los principales factores economicos que incentivan la migracion mexicana a los Estados Unidos. Por ultimo, se indican las razones economicas por las que la migracion cobrara mayor importancia en dicho pais en los siguientes años y por las que se puede considerar una tendencia muy solida para el futuro.

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Paper provided by BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department in its series Working Papers with number 1117.

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Length: 20 pages
Date of creation: May 2011
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Handle: RePEc:bbv:wpaper:1117
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