Generally, the paper "Migration as a Historical Phenomenon " is a good example of a macro & microeconomics essay. Migration is a historical phenomenon that has shaped the world as we know it today. The idea of migration has for long been based on the basis of colonialism (DeWind & Ergun 2013, p. 5). Most colonial masters are currently high-earning and developed countries with the highest number of immigrants such as the UK, the U. S.A, and Germany. Nonetheless, the future of migration is expected to change. According to migration expert Professor Papademetriou, migration is expected to increase between high-income countries to high-income countries, as well as migration flow to middle-income countries such as the Asian-pacific.
The following paper aims at reflecting on Professor Papademetriou’ s lecture on the future of migration. I believe that Professor Papademetriou offers a thought-provoking lecture and ideas as well as facts on the future of migration. Migration is a complex process that has enabled the world to become globalized. As Professor Papademetriou puts it, globalization is the result of increased mobility. I believe that the ability of people to move around across borders has created a global community.
The growth in immigrants who live outside where the country they were born has increased over the past quarter-century to over two million. Growth in migration has however occurred in high-income countries such as the U. S, Germany, Canada, and Australia. These countries are in the migration game according to Professor Papademetriou. Countries such as Mexico have implemented well-developed immigration laws, policies, and regulations that complement its suitability among immigrants. I support the point of attracting talent as a strategy for enhanced migration.
As Professor Papademetriou puts it, high-income and even middle-income countries are in the game of attracting talent such as seeking international students. For instance, countries that focus on attracting foreign students seek to enhance their economy through the money the students will spend.
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