How migration fuels economic globalization at Pacific Standard magazine.
Theme: Migration and globalization.
Subject Article: "The Effect of Trade and Migration on Income."
Other Links: 1. "Connecting Neighborhoods, Not Nations: Small Geographic Scales of Globalization."
2. "A Second American Century."
3. "Burgh Diaspora: Connecting Neighborhoods, Not Nations: Small Geographic Scales of Globalization."
4. "Talent On the Move: A passionate case for open immigration policies, and the recruiting and retaining of foreign-born talent."
5. "In Praise of Brain Drain: Want to help the developing world? Hire away its best minds."
Postscript: I'm building up to the diffusion of globalization to Cleveland via return migration from places such as New York City. Typically, globalization is framed as railroading the Rust Belt. Quite to the contrary, I argue that globalization has avoided most of the Rust Belt and that explains the hard economic times.