Migration activities in Asian region and their implications on regional economy and business operation: a case study analysis for the chosen Asian countries.
School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
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(Mikkeli) Bachelor’s Program in International Business
AbstractObjectives This paper aims to find the relationship between Asian migration and its impacts on economic development, from the perspective of both sending and receiving regions and countries. In order to achieve that, migration features and economic motivation are to be found to establish the context. Summary In order to examine the topic in more details and scrutiny, country-level case studies of several selected Asian countries are used as representatives of the migration activities in the region. Conclusions The outcomes that migration is closely related with economic development has been observed, while the presence and degree of benefits are varied. The labor market, in particular, has mixed results for Asian immigration. There is also a distinction between short-term and long-term impacts. Many variables, such as the skill set of migrants, the economic capabilities of the destination, the characteristic of the local workers all play a role in the economic impacts of migration.
Thesis advisorSai, Manqiu
migration, economy, Asia, labor migration, immigration, emmigration