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In this paper we propose a dynamic model of one-way migration flow. The model is constructed under the hypothesis that immigration grows when the labor productivity of the recipient country increases in comparison with the labor productivity of the donor country. Theoretical and empirical arguments for subsistence of this rule are presented. Migrant's remittances are included in the model framework. It is assumed that remittances are used for both consumption and capital investment in the donordoaj:8398ef6d8c6f43328e6332570d141333 fatcat:dkgrsbikgfcp7kuoinpfa67uk4