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  1. Korean push and pull factors
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  79. Psychometrika, 16, 297- 334. Capital Flows, Push versus Pull Factors and the Global Financial Crisis. Pull factors are when a person decides the good things in other states.
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  81. Immigration Act instituted discriminatory quotas based on national origins. People can be pulled to the opportunities available elsewhere. Pull factors are when a person decides the good things in other states.
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  83. Korean immigrants - Further information: Patterns of emigration have been shaped by numerous economic, social, and political changes throughout the world in the last few hundred years. Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 also known as the Hart-Cellar Act eliminated national origins quotas and gave priority to immigrants with skills.
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  85. Earlier literature examined determinants of international capital flows especially during the period of high and persistent capital inflows to emerging economies during 2009—2013. Figure 1 shows the distribution of capital flow between May 2013 and September 2015 based on data from the EPFR Global Database. These extreme values are considerably different from the mean. In order to study this, we use quantile or percentile regression to calculate the said effects on various percentiles of the distribution and compare the results to those of the usual mean regression. Data smaller than the first percentile and bigger than the 99th percentile are excluded. An analysis of the recent push and pull factors of the bond flows In our study, 4 the push factors consist of global factors, such as a tighter global liquidity condition proxied by the Libor—OIS spread in percentage points and higher global risk aversion proxied by the percentage change in the volatility index VIX. The pull factors consist of local factors that are specific to Asia, such as the local currency returns vis-à-vis the US dollar, the yield spreads between 10-year local bonds and the 10-year United States Treasury bonds, and the country risk premiums proxied by percentage change in the credit default swaps. The data are on a weekly frequency. These push and pull factors are in the one-period lag term. Our findings are shown in the column charts in Figure 2 where each column represents an estimated impact at different points on the distribution. We separate the impacts on the mean and on the percentiles by using different background colors. Both methods agree on the sign of almost all variables except the yield spread , but quantile regression gives more detailed results. It shows that the effects of global liquidity conditions and local risk premiums on large inflows may be more than three times as much than on the average flow. Similarly, the impacts of global risk aversion and foreign exchange returns on large outflows can be twice as much than on mean-level flows. For the yield spread, both methods agree that its impact is negligible when the net flow is of an average size. However, quantile estimates also show that the said impact can be negative with large outflows and positive with large inflows. The positive relationship between yield spread and capital inflows is to be expected. Moreover, it is interesting to see from our study that raising the yield spread may not stop the outflow of capital. Thus, we think that using quantile regression to complement the mean regression can provide a better understanding of the determinants of capital flows when the capital flows are volatile. Moreover, analysts may want to take these insights into account when forecasting the movement of capital flows. For example, the 50th percentile represents the value higher than 50% of the data. Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies: A Brave New World? Journal of International Money and Finance 48 PB : 221—248. An Impact of the US Unconventional Monetary Policy on Portfolio Flows to Asia: A Quantile Regression Analysis. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute. Capital Flows, Push versus Pull Factors and the Global Financial Crisis. Journal of International Economics 88 2 : 341—356. Modelling the Time Varying Determinants of Portfolio Flows to Emerging Markets. Working Paper Series 1468, European Central Bank.
  86. Qualitative research: A guide to design and implementation: Glad and expanded from qualitative research and case study applications in education 3rd ed. A push factor is something that may make a country, place region unappealing. A train comes to a station about every 2-3 minutes and there are more then 10 different lines altogether having more then 100 stations. So the pull factors of South Korea would korean push and pull factors job opportunity, relative, education college, overseas studyhealth better surgeryeconomy, housing, hobby after retiringculture, environment, abundance of resource. Higher Education, 53, 791- 818. After an armistice was declared in 1953, Korea remained divided at the un-eighth parallel. Pull factors are when a person decides the good things in other states. Other factor that this people find is harassment, today we have the bigest anti-immigration feeling every where from cable news anchor to spoken radio, these people are blame for EVERYTHING even Tom Tancredo was blaming the failure in Irak to the immigrants.
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