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Brookings Trade Forum: 2006

Global Labor Markets

Edited by Susan M. Collins and Carol L. Graham

This annual series provides comprehensive analysis on current and emerging issues of international trade and economics. Tentative contents include: • Boom Towns and Ghost Countries: Geography, Agglomeration, and Population Mobility Lant Pritchett (World Bank) • Global Wage Differences and International Worker Flows Mark Rosenzweig (Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University) • What’s Wrong with Plan B? International Migration as the Alternative to Development Devesh Kapur (University of Texas) and John Hale (Michigan State University) • Global Labor Markets: Issues and Implications Alan Blinder (Princeton University), Michael Kremer (Harvard University), Carmen Pages (World Bank), and Isabel Sawhill (Brookings Institution)

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