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Migration economic gains for receiving countries

Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
Migration economic gains for receiving countries
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The rise of globalization and international trade opened the way for encouragement and motivation of international mobility of labor. There are different benefits and costs that had been witnessed by both of the receiving and home countries. The studies of labor international migration focused on the rise of motivations and incentives for labor within underdeveloped and developing countries for the enhancement of their invasion to developed markets for purpose of allocation of appropriate financial and social conditions (Moses, 2006). The enhancement of motivating factors for labor arise rates of migrants, who relocate in developed countries. One of perspectives considered that labor migration can be perceived as positive phenomenon for receiving countries, while huge harming condition for sending countries. In other words, it had been stated that ability of labor from developing to developed countries will be leading to rise of capabilities of developed countries in terms of talent acquisition and developmental processes, while developing countries will be lacking appropriate talented and skilled human resources, which may lead to its development (United Nations , 2004). On the other hand, other perspectives focused on fact that international mobility of labor can be beneficial for sending countries in terms of the fact that mobility of labor doesn’t mean mobility of enter families. For instance, majority of migrant labor is considered to be deploying for foreign countries as sources for funds and financial resources, which are being transferred to home countries, for enhancement of money circulation and enhancement of living standards of their families. This may lead to the enhancement of the proportion of the foreign currency within the national governments of the home countries. On the other hand, the impact of the international mobility upon the receiving countries had been considered to have a negative impact, in terms of the rise of the rates of the unemployment for the population of the receiving countries (Bastia, 2013).
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