Estudio neoclásico y multifactorial sobre las tasas de migración americanas hacia Estados Unidos, 2000-2019

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  • Ricardo Alan Solorzano Mendoza Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana

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Migración Internacional, Modelos de Datos Panel.

Resumen

El objetivo de este trabajo consiste en identificar, de forma agregada, los determinantes de las tasas de migración hacia Estados Unidos del continente americano (mediante las observaciones reconocidas por el Instituto de Políticas Migratorias). Utilizando como base teórica al enfoque neoclásico, fundamentado en los modelajes de Borjas (1999) y de Harris y Todaro (1970), y el multifactorial sistémico, empíricamente referenciado por DeWaard et al., (2009). Para llevar a cabo este estudio, se ha instrumentado un análisis con datos panel para el periodo de 2000-2019, tomando en cuenta, para la selección de variables regresoras, lo que el gobierno estadounidense plantea como temas económicos estratégicos como “causas raíces de la migración”, los cuales son: la inversión, el nivel de empleo, la inflación y la captura de posibles efectos colaterales de los tratados comerciales.

Clasificación JEL: F22; C23.

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Ricardo Alan Solorzano Mendoza, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana

Alumno del Doctorado en Ciencias Económicas. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

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2022-05-02

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Solorzano Mendoza, R. A. (2022). Estudio neoclásico y multifactorial sobre las tasas de migración americanas hacia Estados Unidos, 2000-2019. Análisis Económico, 37(95), 105–123. Recuperado a partir de http://www.analisiseconomico.azc.uam.mx/index.php/rae/article/view/691

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