Abundance from Abroad: Migrant Income and Long-Run Economic Development
Professor, Department of Economics, University of Michigan
Professor, Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan
Dean Yang will present a lecture on the determinants and impacts of international migration, and a lecture on the effects of culture and religion on economic outcomes. His Kellogg Institute Seminar titled, “Abundance from Abroad: Migrant Income and Long-Run Economic Development” will examine the relationship between international migration and the long-run development of migrant-origin areas.
Dean Yang is professor in the Department of Economics and the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. His research agenda spans a range of applied microeconomic topics, including international migration, microfinance, health, disasters, trade, religion, and political economy...