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As expected, the estimates of the immigration elasticities are higher than those for international tourism activities. In some cases, as for the imports of drinking wine from France, and of cheese and processing wine from Italy, the immigration elasticities have been estimated as being well 48 Christian Fischer above two in absolute terms. Although these empirical results seem to conﬁrm theoretical considerations, there is scope for more work. Further research would use a more systematic empirical approach, starting with a large database of imports of diﬀerent consumer goods, and would attempt to cluster these goods according to their association with international tourism and immigration ﬂows.
G. Aradhyula & Tronstad (2003), Shan & Wilson (2001), Kulendran & Wilson (2000), Easton (1998) on the eﬀects of international travel, and Gould (1994), Rod & Webster (1995) or Aislabie et al. (1994) for those of immigration, which conﬁrm the positive inﬂuence of immigration and international tourism on exports. However, the more direct links between movements of people and goods at the demand side have been analysed – theoretically as well as empirically – to a much lesser extent so far. First, immigrants may prefer consuming their home-country products while living in the host country, thus stimulating imports of certain goods.
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