Migration

This is the impact of migration on productivity

Rapidly ageing populations, the refugee crisis, and growing anti-immigration rhetoric have brought immigration issues to the forefront recently. Image: REUTERS/Bobby Yip

Florence Jaumotte

Senior Economist, Research Department, IMF

Ksenia Koloskova

Economist, Multilateral Surveillance Division, Research Department, IMF

Sweta C. Saxena

Senior Economist, Research Department, IMF

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