The Push-Pull Migration Theory
– … However having heard about the available land in America, the significant decrease in taxes and “money is worth more than double here”, there are many reasons for him to migrate economically . Francis Speight talks at length about the effect of the Irish potato famine on migration . Between 1815 – 1930, 7.3 million people migrated from Ireland . This was due to many economic reasons, the Irish famine being one of the main motives for migration at this time. Even those who owned land and could afford to buy food would leave as they were heavily taxed and could make no profit while living in Ireland….
Foreign Politics and Economics: Annotated Bibliography
– Bibliography Easterly, William. “The White Man’s Burden: Why the West’s Efforts to Aid the Rest Have Done So Much Ill and So Little Good”. New York: The Penguin Press, 2006. Goldwin, Robert A. and Kennedy, John Fitzgerald. “Why Foreign Aid”. Manchester: Ayer Publishing, 1971. Holsti, K. J. “International Politics: A Framework of Analysis”. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc, 1983. Morgenthau, Hans. “A Political Theory of Foreign Aid.” The American Political Science Review, Vol. 56, No. 2. June, 1962….
External Debts and Economic Growth
– … The evidence in these studies demonstrates that, though export growth and GDP growth have weak bidirectional causality, but, export-promotion deserves a consideration in developing countries. It was also found that exports and economic growth are integrated for a majority of sample countries. Iqbal conducted a study on Foreign Aid and the Public Sector: A Model of Fiscal Behavior in Pakistan in 1997. The result shows that foreign loans and aid are largely consumed rather than invested productively….