How (Godd) Immigration Is : A Matching Analysis
We present a dynamic two-country labour matching economy. Workers decide whether to search in their native country or to look for a job abroad. Firms choose the number of vacancies they post in each country according to the average workers' characteristics inside it. Wages are determined in an individual Nash bargaining.
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