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Internal migration flows in Ireland and their determinants

J. G. Hughes

Internal migration flows in Ireland and their determinants

by J. G. Hughes

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Published by Economic and Social Research Institute in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Migration, Internal -- Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 79-80.

    StatementJ. G. Hughes and B. M. Walsh.
    SeriesPaper / Economic and Social Research Institute -- no. 98, Paper (Economic and Social Research Institute) -- no. 98
    ContributionsWalsh, Brendan M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC257.I6 E3 no.98, HB2049A3 H84
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22402005M
    ISBN 100707000289

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Permanent link: http Cited by: 6. This study is concerned with the presentation and analysis of data from official sources on the pattern of migration in Ireland.

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Walsh. INTERNAL MIGRATION FLOWS IN IRELAND AND THEIR DETERMINANTS Copies of this paper may be obtained from The Economic and Social Research Institute. Internal migration flows in Ireland and their determinants. By Joseph Gerard Hughes and Brendan M. Walsh. Topics: Migration, Internal--IrelandAuthor: Joseph Gerard Hughes and Brendan M.

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International migration flows is a very important issue which is frequently analyzed by economists. However in recent years international migration flows became more important for the European Union (EU) countries and debated extensively in both political areas and economic literature.

was a very important date for EU enlargement process. This study aims to probe the determinants of inter-provincial migration flows in Indonesia and how economic and development changes affect migration patterns. We employ three census periods, his paper is concerned with the rates and correlates of internal migration JL and immigration to Irish cities and towns in the yearusing the Census of Population data (Central Statistics Office, ).

The inter-county and inter-regional patterns of migration and their determinants have been analysed by Hughes and Walsh (). By synthesizing the DEMIG findings previously published as working papers, journal articles, and book chapters, this article aims to enhance insights into the complex causal links between migration policies and migration trends, and particularly to disentangle policy effects from structural migration by: 3.

This paper examines at the theoretical level the distinction among new, return, and autonomous migration flows. This helps to explain the relative magnitudes of observed gross and net migration flows.

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