The economic role of migrants in the production of tradeables and nontradeables: the case of Austria
Globalisation has been associated with increased international mobility of capital but, partly due to legal restrictions, it is not often associated with labour mobility. However, free labour mobility and free trade are substitutes in respect of tradeable goods and services. The Austrian migration system channels migrants into industries which produce tradeables, e.g. manufacturing with a low capital to labour ratio, in particular, labour intensive industries like clothing, leather and...[Show more]
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