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地域間移住研究の最先端

New Frontiers in Interregional Migration Research . 1st ed. 2018

(Advances in Spatial Science)

Biagi, Bianca (EDT)   Faggian, Alessandra (EDT)   Rajbhandari, Isha (EDT)

Springer 2018/04
XII, 252 p. 27 illus., 7 illus. in color.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319758855
eISBN: 9783319758862
KNPID: EY00241940
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Full Description

This book focuses on the latest advances and challenges in interregional migration research. Given the increase in the availability of "big data" at a finer spatial scale, the book discusses the resulting new challenges for researchers in interregional migration, especially for regional scientists, and the theoretical and empirical advances that have been made possible. In presenting these findings, it also sheds light on the different migration drivers and patterns in the developed and developing world by comparing different regions around the globe. The book updates and revisits the main academic debates in interregional migration, and presents new emerging lines of investigation and a forward-looking research agenda.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Data and theory: tortoise and hare or leap-frogging?.- Chapter 2. Theoretical advances on interregional migration models.- Chapter 3.  Determinants and Consequences of International Migration.- Chapter 4. State of the art and future challenges of interregional migration empirical research in North America.- Chapter 5. State of the art and future challenges of interregional migration empirical research in Europe.- Chapter 6. THE GEOGRAPHY of ASYLUM SEEKERS and refugees in Europe.- Chapter 7. State of the art and future challenges of interregional migration empirical research in Oceania.- Chapter 8. Inter-regional and inter-sectoral labour mobility and the industry life cycle- A panel data analysis of Finnish high technology sector.- Chapter 9. Ethnic and Economic Determinants of Migrant Location Choice.- Chapter 10. ‘Young, talented and highly mobile’: exploring creative human capital and graduates mobility in the UK.- Chapter 11. Interregional Migration and Implications for Regional Resilience.