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Stark, Oded (2007)
Publisher: University of Warsaw, Centre of Migration Research (CMR) Warsaw
Languages: English
Types: Research
Subjects: A13, F22, J61, R23, Migration-favoring preferences, Imitation and transmission of a preference for migration, Economic behavior, Präferenztheorie, Migrationsforschung, Theorie
ddc: ddc:330
At least to some extent migration behavior is the outcome of a preference for migration. The pattern of migration as an outcome of a preference for migration depends on two key factors: imitation technology and migration feasibility. We show that these factors jointly determine the outcome of a preference for migration and we provide examples that illustrate how the prevalence and transmission of a migration-forming preference yield distinct migration patterns. In particular, the imitation of a migrationfavoring preference yields migration scenarios that would not have taken place absent the imitation.
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