Session 100:
Modelling internal migration

Saturday, June 16
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Aula Magna, Floor 7

Chair: Clara H. Mulder, University of Groningen

  1. Individual, household and community level correlates of internal migration in Iran: application of a multilevel modelTavakkol Aghayari Hir, University of Tabriz; Maryam Fallah Toule Kolaei, University of Tehran; Hossein Mirzaei, University of Tabriz; Aliyar Ahmadi, Shiraz University; Mahmoud Ghazi-Tabatabaee, University of Tehran

  2. Future patterns of regional labor force and urbanization for Turkey: comparative analysis with the main demographic outputs of the regional and sub-regional population projectionsMehmet Dogu Karakaya, Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat)

  3. A migration model for internal movements within a country applied to Portuguese dataJosé Martins, Universidade de Aveiro; Carlos Silva, Universidade de Aveiro; Maria Cristina S. Gomes, Universidade de Aveiro; Eduardo Anselmo Castro, Universidade de Aveiro

  4. The contribution of demographic momentum and component assumptions to projected population change: an extension of the Bongaarts-Bullateo analysis to subnational ethnic groupsPhilip H. Rees, University of Leeds; Pia N. Wohland, Newcastle University

  5. Job-related spatial mobility trajectories and their association with social structure: evidence from GermanyThomas Skora, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany; Gil Viry, Lancaster University; Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

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