Why immigration is good for culture in our second study in 2012, 619 participants across the uk, germany, china, india and the us also answered our questionnaire online across all the countries we again found that scoring high on one set of the 10 questions had no or a slightly positive impact on how nationals answered the other set of questions. It is clear that immigration can be beneficial for migrants, but only if their rights are protected properly it can also be economically beneficial for both countries of origin and host countries however, with present economic and trading structures it is the rich and powerful countries that benefit most.
The reality is that migration brings huge benefits, fuelling growth, innovation and entrepreneurship in both the countries people come from, and in those they move to when governed humanely to promote safety, order and dignity, migration has endless advantages.
Similarly, migration to highly underdeveloped countries can also be extremely beneficial for more on this, take a look at indians in uganda: economic impact and reception or at nathan smith’s blog post poor countries and iq externalities. Secondly, migration exercises significant influence on the host countries in case of labor shortage due to aging population, newcomers fill the open job vacancies it happens that there are certain skill gaps then the services of the experts from other countries can be beneficial for both sides.
Is migration good for the economy migration is a feature of social and economic life across many countries, but the profile of migrant populations varies considerably. The real benefits of migration and as i hinted in last week’s column, being open to migration from poor countries is perhaps the best anti-poverty programme that rich countries can offer.
Migration means to go from one country, place or region to another although the inhabitants of host countries don't always realize the good aspects of migration, saying the majority of immigrants are leeches reducing the standards of living, migration has it's benefits both for the host country and for the country of origin. Abundant research, based on comprehensive data on net migration to rich countries, has shown that two groups have a much higher propensity to migrate internationally the first group consists of the highly educated, in particular, college-educated individuals.