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As in the case of internal migration in developing countries, it is difficult to justify the assumption of immediate adjustment to a changing equilibrium in the case of international migration because that would, implicitly, assume zero migration costs. Again, this criticism does not deny the importance of amenities and the differences in the availability of nontradable goods for international migration. But the equilibrium models that incorporate the idea would not be realistic. Further relaxation of trade barriers, lower transportation costs, international regional economic and political integration, and liberalization of immigration agreements between countries could reduce international mobility costs sufficiently to enhance the equilibrium migration model’s accuracy in explaining international migration.
A Dynamical Theory of Economic Equilibrium by Roos C.F.