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|Title:||Emigration and economy|
Emigration, although a brain drain phenomenon, has great financial implications. The nations benefit from the remittances received from their emigrating population, which adds to the annual GDP. For e.g. nations like Nepal have close to 30% of their currently reported GDP. This is a visualization to look for countries which emigrate the most and also to compare the economic advantage this phenomenon brings to them.
(Acknowledgement) KNOMAD, the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development.
|Rights Information:||Copyright 2018 Saurav Chetry|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2019-02-14|