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65 2.1 Introduction Globalization in the labor market is qualitatively different from global- ization of goods or asset markets. With international migration, the factor of production (labor services) crosses national boundaries embodied in in- dividuals. As a result, trading in goods and services and capital flows are fundamentally different from trading in labor services (people). In Adam Smith’s words, “man is of all sorts of luggage the most difficult to be trans- ported.” Nevertheless, international migration does respond strongly to market signals, either

Businessmen, Countesses, Wayward Youth, 1880-1941
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Contents vii Acknowledgments ix Introduction 1 Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor, and Jeffrey G. Williamson I. T R  F ( R)  M I 1. Commodity Market Integration, 1500–2000 13 Ronald Findlay and Kevin H. O’Rourke Comment: Douglas A. Irwin 2. International Migration and the Integration of Labor Markets 65 Barry R. Chiswick and Timothy J. Hatton Comment: Riccardo Faini 3. Globalization and Capital Markets 121 Maurice Obstfeld and Alan M. Taylor Comment: Richard Portes II. T G D, G,  T 4

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