The high-net-worth-individuals (HNWI) project looks at the effect on HNWI mobility of inequality, the credibility of legal systems, visa and citizenship schemes, and capital controls and currency convertibility. The project investigates the main socio-economic and institutional factors driving the mobility of the wealthy, the connections between the mobility of individuals and the mobility of capital, the causal relationship between inequality and HNWI mobility, and government strategies to attract wealthy immigrants through various migration regimes.

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