1) Triangular Human Capital Flows between Sending, Entrepot and the Rest of the World Regions
2) Triangular Human Capital Flows: Some Empirical Evidence from Hong Kong and Canada

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IZA Seminar

Place: Schaumburg-Lippe-Str. 9, 53113 Bonn

Date: 18.06.2003, 12:15 - 13:30

   

Presentation by 

Don J. DeVoretz (Simon Fraser University)
   

Abstract:

Paper 1: Triangular Human Capital Flows between Sending, Entrepot and the Rest of the World Regions

A model of immigrant circulation is outlined to explain the modern triangular movement of highly skilled immigrants from a sending country (China/India) to an entrepot country (Canada) and then possibly on to the rest of the world. The actions of entrepot country agents which condition this triangular flow are discussed in detail.
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Paper 2: Triangular Human Capital Flows: Some Empirical Evidence from Hong Kong and Canada

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