Research: Migration restrictions limit long-term economic growth

Economics & Statistics

Research: Migration restrictions limit long-term economic growth

SMU economist and colleagues use model to predict East Asia and sub-Saharan Africa will become global productivity leaders  DALLAS (SMU) – Relaxing migration restrictions globally could deliver a threefold increase in global GDP, according to prize-winning research by SMU economist Klaus Desmet. In contrast, areas like the United States and Europe that restrict migration will [...]

2019-06-27T15:30:48-06:00 March 20, 2019|Categories: Economics & Statistics, Feature, Researcher news|

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