Interregional Migration ‘Wage Premia’: The Case of Creative and Science and Technology Graduates in the UK View Full Text


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2013-06-24

AUTHORS

Sarah Jewell , Alessandra Faggian

ABSTRACT

Since the seminal contribution by Sjaastad (1962), the so-called ‘human capital migration theory’ has become extremely popular among economists, especially regional economists. The basic idea is that migration itself can be viewed as an investment in human capital. A rational individual would use relocation as a means to maximize long-term utility and would move if the future discounted benefits of relocating outweigh the costs associated with the move. More... »

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197-214

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