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Which immigrants stimulate exports in their host country? (en homenaje a José Vicente Blanes)

  • Francisco Requena

    (Universidad de Valencia)

  • Vicente Pallardó

    (Universidad de Valencia)

  • Andrés Artal

    (Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena)

We use province migration-trade panel data to examine the importance of geographic proximity in the effectiveness of ethnic networks on bilateral trade. Empirical findings from the gravity model show that the migration-trade link is clearly in-province: exports from a province to a country do not receive any stimuli from immigrants from this country living outside of the province, once we control for country-province time-invariant fixed effects.

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Paper provided by Department of Applied Economics II, Universidad de Valencia in its series Working Papers with number 1207.

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Length: 10 pages
Date of creation: May 2012
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Handle: RePEc:eec:wpaper:1207
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