J. Edward Taylor
J. Edward Taylor
Professor of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis
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Theories of international migration: A review and appraisal
DS Massey, J Arango, G Hugo, A Kouaouci, A Pellegrino, JE Taylor
Population and development review, 431-466, 1993
71051993
Worlds in motion: Understanding international migration at the end of the millennium
AJ Bailey
Economic Geography 77 (3), 312-314, 2001
43292001
The new economics of labour migration and the role of remittances in the migration process
EJ Taylor
International migration 37 (1), 63-88, 1999
17791999
Migration incentives, migration types: The role of relative deprivation
O Stark, JE Taylor
The economic journal 101 (408), 1163-1178, 1991
12101991
An evaluation of international migration theory: The North American case
DS Massey, J Arango, G Hugo, A Kouaouci, A Pellegrino, JE Taylor
Population and development Review, 699-751, 1994
10201994
Remittances and inequality
O Stark, JE Taylor, S Yitzhaki
The economic journal 96 (383), 722-740, 1986
9411986
Relative deprivation and international migration oded stark
O Stark, JE Taylor
Demography 26 (1), 1-14, 1989
9251989
Migration, remittances, and agricultural productivity in China
S Rozelle, JE Taylor, A DeBrauw
American Economic Review 89 (2), 287-291, 1999
7891999
Migration and incomes in source communities: A new economics of migration perspective from China
JE Taylor, S Rozelle, A De Brauw
Economic Development and Cultural Change 52 (1), 75-101, 2003
7532003
International migration, remittances, and the brain drain
Ç Özden, M Schiff
Washington, DC: World Bank and Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
692*2006
Differential migration, networks, information and risk
JE Taylor
Migration, human capital and development 4, 147-171, 1986
6381986
International migration and community development
JE Taylor, J Arango, G Hugo, A Kouaouci, DS Massey, A Pellegrino
Population index, 397-418, 1996
595*1996
The shadow value of migrant remittances, income and inequality in a household‐farm economy
JE Taylor, TJ Wyatt
The Journal of Development Studies 32 (6), 899-912, 1996
5631996
Remittances and inequality reconsidered: Direct, indirect, and intertemporal effects
JE Taylor
Journal of Policy modeling 14 (2), 187-208, 1992
5311992
Agricultural household models: genesis, evolution, and extensions
JE Taylor, I Adelman
Review of Economics of the Household 1 (1-2), 33-58, 2003
5152003
Effects of non‐farm employment on rural income inequality in developing countries: an investment perspective
T Reardon, JE Taylor, K Stamoulis, P Lanjouw, A Balisacan
Journal of agricultural economics 51 (2), 266-288, 2000
5052000
Undocumented Mexico—US migration and the returns to households in rural Mexico
JE Taylor
American journal of agricultural economics 69 (3), 626-638, 1987
4641987
Human capital: Migration and rural population change
JE Taylor, PL Martin
Handbook of agricultural economics 1, 457-511, 2001
4622001
otros (1993),“Theories of International Migration: A Review and Appraisal”
D Massey, J Arango, G Hugo, A Kouaouci, A Pellegrino, JE Taylor
Population and development review 19 (3), 431-466, 1993
4481993
Agroclimatic shock, income inequality, and poverty: Evidence from Burkina Faso
T Reardon, JE Taylor
World Development 24 (5), 901-914, 1996
3481996
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