|Title:||移民對經濟成長的影響||Authors:||陳虹如||Keywords:||Migration;Brain drain;Economic growth||Issue Date:||31-Jul-2005||Publisher:||臺北市：國立臺灣大學經濟學系暨研究所||Abstract:||
This study analyzes the impact of international migration on economic growth of a
source country in a stochastic setting. The model accounts for endogenous fertility
decisions, and distinguishes between public and private schooling systems. We find that
economic growth crucially depends on the international migration since the migration
possibility will affect fertility decisions and school expenditures. Relaxation of
restrictions on the emigration of high-skilled workers will damage the economic growth
of a source country in the long run although a ‘brain gain’ may happen in the short run.
Furthermore, the growth rate of a source country under a private education regime will be
more sensitive to the probability of migration than a country under a public education
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