Given the importance of this issue in academia, public discussion, and politics, we present Five Myths and Facts about Migration.
International Development and Trade
Researchers find that private and public investments, lower financial risk, and flexible exchange rate regimes appear to support the economic growth of Asian countries, while more open capital accounts marginally reduce growth.
A durable democracy, which would sustain a functioning market economy, requires institutional restrictions on the ability of democratically elected officials to set policies.
As Europe’s migration crisis continues to unfold, there is a need to unpack larger questions surrounding migration policy, European values, and capacity to manage the current flow of both refugees and migrants seeking asylum in the continent.
Legislative oversight is more significant to economic and political stability than electoral accountability.
Stock price data for a set of Chinese firms highlight the effects of information asymmetry created by differences in social trust between local and foreign investors.
Considering Peruvian aggregate figures, we can see high GDP growth rates and exports, as well as significant poverty reduction during...
A new study suggests Myanmar’s domestic policy goals, not international condemnation, drive adherence to international financial regulations.
Although earlier hukou reforms benefited rural residents by allowing them to seek employment and business opportunities in the city, recent hukou reforms have served as a wheel of agrarian capitalism, the purpose of which is to lure or force rural residents to leave land for city and to open up the countryside for agrarian capital.