Name Instructor Subject Date The Positive Contribution of International Immigrants to Host Countries Forced migration refers to the involuntary movement of people from their home of birth to a foreign country. Such movements may be necessitated by political reasons such as fleeing political persecution in countries that are under dictatorships or life-threatening calamities such as famine and war. Critics of international immigrants argue that migrants have a negative social and economic impact on the host country. First there is the argument that immigrants steal the jobs that are intended for natives. This is because given their desperate conditions immigrants are willing living. In addition cheap labor enables business companies of the host countries to compete with foreign rivals in the world market. finally skilled immigrants contribute to the host country’s technological development by bringing scientific knowledge that helps to promote scientific inventions. Works Cited New American Economy. “Press Release: New Study Reveals Immigrants Are Behind More Than Three-Quarters of Patents From Top Ten Patent-Producing American Universities.” New American Economy. 26 June 2012 N.p. Web. 19 November 19 2016. Winters Alan and Walmsley Terries. “Liberalizing Temporary Movement of Natural Persons: An Agenda for the Development Round.” The World Economy Vol: 26 2003 [...]
"Forced international migrations bring more positive than negative impacts to recipient countries". Referring to examples, discuss this statement.