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This paper performs a meta-regression analysis to derive the role of techniques, data and variable's definition on the effect of the labor-market determinants on interregional migration. We use Spain as a case of study, a country with heterogeneous and even counterintuitive behavior of internal migration flows to its labor-market drivers. We use da...
Although the decline in the level of internal migration has been the focus of growing scholarly attention, little attention has been paid to countries with increasing or stable intensities. As a result, it is not clear why internal migration is declining in some countries but not in others. This paper seeks to address this gap by establishing varia...
Australia is among the most mobile countries in the world with around 40 per cent of the population changing their place of usual residence every five years. The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to impact migration within Australia in both the near and medium-term due to the closure of state and territory borders and the COVID-19 induced economic recess...
Environmental taxes are usually perceived as regressive. However, delving into the literature of the distributional effects of environmental taxation reveals that the heterogeneity within and between studies lead to divergent conclusions. This paper employs a meta-regression analysis of the existing studies about the effects of ecological taxes on...
The data presented in this article are related to the research article entitled ‘Economic Growth, Fossil Fuel and Non-Fossil Consumption: A Pooled Mean Group Analysis using Proxies for Capital’ (J. Asafu-Adjaye, D. Byrne, M. Alvarez, 2016) . This article describes data modified from three publicly available data sources: the World Bank׳s World D...
Se analizan los potenciales efectos de diversas políticas climáticas sobre la distribución del ingreso en América Latina.
This study employs a Pooled Mean Group estimator to examine the nexus between economic growth and fossil and non-fossil fuel consumption for 53 countries between 1990 and 2012. The global sample was divided into four categories: developed exporters, developed importers, developing exporters and developing importers. The purpose of these categories...