Michael A. Clemens
Posts tagged with Michael A. Clemens
November 11, 2022
How firms adjust when they cannot hire foreigners for low-skill work
New study uses randomized work-visa restrictions to study the effect of low-skill immigration in the U.S.
September 10, 2020
Does economic development deter workers from leaving poor countries?
Two new studies find that as people in developing countries get richer, they are more likely to emigrate
July 2, 2018
Can foreign aid reduce emigration?
Why aid efforts aimed at shaping migration must look beyond deterrence.
November 10, 2015
Interview with Michael Clemens on smart policy toward high-skill emigration
IZA World of Labor, the unique online resource for evidence-based policymaking, has now published over 200 articles! The author of […]
April 29, 2015
A new definition for ‘replications’ in social science
A series of small wars have recently erupted between researchers in labor, development, and other fields of economics. They involve […]
March 17, 2015
Global Skill Partnership: Regulate skilled migration for global equity
The migration of skilled labor is often seen as unfair, benefiting rich countries (through receiving well-skilled workers to fill labor […]