Migration flows today are mostly driven by people pursuing better economic opportunities. These individuals move from peripheries to hubs — often crossing a border and sometimes an ocean — to get a job. How will migration patterns change in a post-pandemic world where an increasing share of those jobs will be available

as remote positions? Will the number of migrant workers decrease, as well as the remittances they send back home? Will more people start moving away from hubs if they can work from anywhere? What would be the net impact on the peripheries of the world?



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