The negative effects of a regional resource boom on the local manufacturing sector – a phenomenon that economists call ‘Dutch disease’ – can be partly mitigated by the arrival of temporary foreign workers and migrant labour from elsewhere in the country. That is the central finding of research by Michel Beine, Serge Coulombe and Wessel Vermeulen, published in the December 2015 issue of the Economic Journal.
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