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Title: Is Temporary Emigration of Unskilled Workers a Solution to the Child Labor Problem ?
Authors: Dessy, Sylvain
Rambeloma, Tiana
Keywords: Migration
Remittances
General equilibrium
Issue Date: 2010-09
Series/Report no.: Cahiers du CIRPÉE;10-37
Abstract: This paper reassesses the case for temporary emigration of unskilled workers as a solution to the child labor problem, based upon a general equilibrium model of migrant remittances, parental investment in child schooling, and intersectoral allocation of capital. Counterfactual simulations uncover a U-shape effect of temporary emigration on the incidence of child labor, suggesting that the case for temporary emigration as a solution to the child labor problem may be weak.
URI: https://depot.erudit.org/id/003238dd
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