However, immigration should be encouraged because there are obvious benefits to the economy of the host country in terms of state revenue, labor market, and country development. Immigration helps the host country to develop revenue by increasing the gross domestic product (GDP), and through taxes because immigrants
Furthermore, when immigrants move to another land then they also bring many diseases in the countries and this is very harmful for the host countries people. According to Oak (2011), When immigrants may move from one country to another country then diseases are also transfer. One of the biggest examples like AIDS was transferred to the United States in 1969 through one immigrant from Haiti. Nowadays many people are going to foreign countries with full of hope but after reach there they face many problem there because there is shortage of job and lots of people are unemployed there. According to Balive (2009), when people are immigrate to other country then unemployment is also increase day by day.
That being the case, immigrants are influencing the economy of their host country. There are many benefits of immigration for the economy, among them are increasing the economic growth of the country they’re immigrating to in terms of increase in GDP, increasing the country’s income by paying taxes, and their contribution to innovating technologies that can benefit their host country’s economy. In the end, immigrants play a crucial part in the economic well-being of the United States of America. Additionally, if many immigrants are given legal status or citizenship, there will be even more advantages that can be
On the other hand, countries can use the advantages of immigrants in labor markets in order to decrease public expense. Moreover, migration has beneficial impact on sending countries related to remittances. Remittances increases the consumption in the society and this situation rises the revenue of countries. It is clear that countries’ economy and welfare grows as unemployment decreases and the number of employees rises. Although immigration is a good idea for individuals, it may cause big problems for countries in the
For instance, the values of coefficients of FDI and investment in Model 4 are 0.82 and 0.14 respectively. This indicates that 1 % increase in the share of FDI in GDP leads to 0.82% increase in LPG, and 1 % increase in share of physical investment in GDP leads to increase in LPG by 0.14%. It can be inferred, therefore that FDI encourages boosting of productivity growth than physical investment. It could be due to the direct role that multinational enterprises have on the production process of the local firms through both the forward and backward linkage effects. Multinationals do try to increase their profit by increasing efficiency of local firms through importing their capital, advanced technologies, marketing and managerial skills (Baldwin and Dhaliwal 2001; Baldwin and Gu 2005; Blomstrom and Kokko 1998; Globerman and Ries 1994; Rao and Tang 2005).
Therefore, their productive capacity will increase as they are able to produce more goods and services. The second importance is more cash in circular flow. As firms buy more capital goods, they inject more cash into the circular flow. Other than that, positive net investment spurs economic growth. As firms invest more in capital goods, gross private domestic investment increases, GDP
Because of this, victims are more likely to commit suicide. Poverty also puts insane amounts of stress on a family, and this tenseness can lead to things like child abuse and drug use, along with a higher chance of accidents. These people know how hard it is to escape poverty, so many of them do not even try, and just rely on alcohol and drugs to live in peace. The biggest effect of poverty, however, is lack of education. Approximately 70 million children worldwide cannot afford to attend school, because it means leaving their jobs and paying for school supplies and transportation.
In the American context there are some unwanted jobs according to the native Americans, which are taken up by the immigrants as they are unskilled or not well educated. The recent issue of immigration is causing turmoil in the domestic policies of the European Union 's Member States. Coming to very recent trends, the political unrest and civil wars in Middle East Africa and Asian countries like Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea, and Nigeria are causing huge influx of immigrants, in Europe. These people are forced to migrate to sustain their lives and ultimately they end up into refugees or immigrants. According to UNHCR estimates more than 3, 80,000 migrants and
Sanskar Israni 21/10/2016 Comparison of economic growth between CHINA and INDIA Economic growth rate : INDIA- 7.56% (2016) CHINA-6.70% (2016) Economic growth is an increase in the total output (GDP) of the economy. It occurs when a society acquires new resources or when it learns to produce more by using existing resources and only if the quantity or quality of resources increases. Due to rise in quantity of resources , there will be a rise in the net investment or size of labour force . the quality of resources will increase due to improvements in education , training and technology. Economic growth may increase living standards of people living in the country .