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2007 | nr 1-2 | 99--129
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Migracje w procesie globalizacji

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Skala migracji jest duża i ciągle rośnie, choć pozostaje niższa niż rozmiary handlu i przepływy kapitału, za sprawą czego migracje mogą być postrzegane jako obiecujący sposób materializacji ogólnoświatowych korzyści gospodarczych. Zdaniem autora, większa mobilność siły roboczej w skali międzynarodowej mogłaby podwyższyć produkcję i poprawić położenie ekonomiczne pracowników w krajach rozwijających się bardziej aniżeli innego rodzaju polityka związana z procesem globalizacji. Pewne korzyści przypadłyby w udziale także krajom przyjmującym imigrantów. Jednak z uwagi na potencjalne napięcia gospodarcze i kulturalne, jakie rodzi imigracja, jego zdaniem jest mało prawdopodobne, aby kwestia swobody migrowania uzyskała choć część poparcia, jakim cieszy się wolny handel. Zważywszy na to, iż korzyści związane z migracją przypadają głównie imigrantom pochodzącym z krajów o niskich dochodach, skłonienie obywateli krajów wysoko rozwiniętych do przychylniejszego spojrzenia na imigrację będzie wymagało przede wszystkim opracowania polityki, która pozwoli krajom otwierającym się na imigrantów czerpać większe korzyści z tego tytułu.
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