The Effects of Immigration in a Developing Country: Brazil in the Age of Mass Migration

The effects of immigration are reasonably well understood in developed countries, but they are far more poorly understood in developing ones despite the importance of these countries as immigrant destinations. David Escamilla-Guerrero discusses the effects of immigration to Brazil during the Age of Mass Migration on its agricultural sector in 1920.

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