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Internal migration in China occurs as a result of both market forces and government interventions. This paper investigates how indicators of migration have changed over the past quarter of a century using data from successive censuses, with particular attention given to the roles of regional...
This paper examines the economic and labour market influences acting upon inter-regional migration flows in Europe, against the backdrop of heightened political sensitivity to (im)migration issues, made more acute by the recent global financial crisis. Within the European Union, legislation...
This paper presents a ‘studio’ that facilitates the spatial analysis and modelling of internal migration in any country, dependent upon the provision of an origin–destination matrix of migration flows between a set of basic spatial units plus corresponding populations at risk and digital...
This paper examines how internal migration between local authority districts within the United Kingdom has evolved during the first decade of the twenty-first century. Based on estimates derived from data assembled from a range of sources, the paper demonstrates the extent of decline in the...
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