Regional Intergration and Migration: An Economic Geography Model with Hetergenous Labour Force

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Nicola D. Coniglio;

This paper aims to analyse the effect of deepening regional integration on the incentive for factors of production, in particular labour, to spatially relocate. We adopt a general equilibrium, economic-geography model built on Krugman (1991) allowing for skill heterogen... View more
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