Year of Graduation
Impact of the Labour Migration on the Host Country's Economy by the Example of the Poles Migration to the UK
Double degree programme in Economics of the NRU HSE and the University of London
In this work I am discussing the causes and consequences of the international labour migration by the example of the Poles migration to the UK. The presumptive negative impact of such migration process is one of the major arguments for Brexit. However, empirical studies did not find the sufficient evidence of the Eastern Europe migrants causing negative effects on the UK's economy. I used the VECM model to estimate the relationship of the migrants and the economic growth of the host country.