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Migration Policy : Patterns, Perceptions, and Political-Economy Determinants (English)

Report 128287 MAY 01, 2018

Facchini,Giovanni; Facchini,Anna Maria Mayda Disclosed

South-South migration and the labor market : evidence from South Africa (English)

Using census data for 1996, 2001 and 2007 the author study the labor market effect of immigration in South Africa. In this period the share of foreign born over the total population has grown by almost fifty percent, and both the characteristics and geographical distribution of immigrants show substantial variation over time. ... See More +

Working Paper 78184 JUN 03, 2011

Facchini, Giovanni; Mendola, Mariapia; Mayda Anna Maria Disclosed

Substitutability and protectionism : Latin America's trade policy and imports from China and India (English)

This article examines the trade policy response of Latin American governments to the rapid growth of Chinese and Indian exports in world markets. ... See More +

Journal Article 77649 OCT 01, 2010

Facchini, Giovanni; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Silva, Peri; Willmann, Gerald Disclosed

Substitutability and protectionism : Latin America's trade policy and imports from China and India (English)

The authors examine the trade policy response of Latin American governments to the rapid growth of China and India in world markets. To explain higher protection in sectors where a large share is imported from these countries, they extend the "protection for sale" model to allow for different degrees of substitutability between domestically produced and imported varieties. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS4188 APR 01, 2007

Facchini, Giovanni; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Silva, Peri; Willmann, Gerald Disclosed

Substitutability and protectionism : Latin America's trade policy and imports from China and India (English)

This paper examines the trade policy response of Latin American governments to the rapid growth of China and India in world markets. There is evidence of higher levels of protection throughout the region in sectors where a large share is imported from the two Asian economies, but this effect is driven by China. ... See More +

Working Paper 66626 AUG 01, 2006

Facchini, Giovanni; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Silva, Peri; Willmann, Gerald Disclosed