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        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa
        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa

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        Does Migration Foster Exports? Evidence from Africa

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        This paper aims at assessing the impact of migration on export performance and more particularly the effect of African migrants on African trade. Relying on a new data set on international bilateral migration recently released by the World Bank spanning from 1980 to 2010, the authors estimate a gravity model that deals satisfactorily with endogeneity. The results first indicate that the pro-trade effect of migration is higher for African countries, a finding that can be partly explained by the substitution between migrants and institutions (the existence of migrant networks compensating for weak contract enforcement, for instance).

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        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedabout 4 years ago
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