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Inequality in Migration
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Inequality in Migration

ECOP2616 - Inequality and Distribution

5 Pages University of Sydney Essay / Project Year: Pre-2016

Migration is often perceived as a market economic mechanism that balances income inequality at the global level. According to neoliberal theory, supply and demand in the global labor marketplace directs available workers to wherever their education and skills can be most effectively and efficiently used (Bastia 2013).

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