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determinants of East-West German migration
Michael C. Burda
|Statement||Michael C. Burda.|
|Series||Discussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- no.764|
|Contributions||Centre for Economic Policy Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
This handbook presents the determinants of migrant vulnerability (DOMV) model for analyzing and responding to migrant vulnerability. The DOMV model is specifically designed to address the protection and assistance needs of a specific subset of migrants: those who have experienced or are vulnerable to violence, exploitation, and abuse before, during or after the migration. He has published on the effects of the early retirement rules of the US Social Security system on labor supply and benefit claiming behavior, the social dynamics of obesity, the effects of fertility and parental relationship status on child wellbeing, and on the determinants of East-West German migration after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
There are established patterns of migration that have been shaped by historical, political and economic factors. The most recent trends began after World War II when the German economic miracle was one of the main factors in the establishment of East-West and South-North migration, creating a precedent in European migration patterns. MACRO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN EUROPE Blanchflower J., , East-West migration in Europe, , Rostock: University of Rostock. Bucher, H., , Regional internal migration and international migration in Germany since its unification. Paper presented at ‘the annual conference of the Royal Geography.
Contrary to earlier evidence, in recent macroeconomic studies with an explicit focus on intra-German East–West migration flows, regional wage rate differentials are broadly tested to significantly affect migration flows (see, e.g. Parikh and Van Leuvensteijn , Burda and Hunt , Hunt , as well as Alecke et al. ). East-West migration and asylum seekers and refugees became the main channels in the fourth phase of the new immigration starting at the end of the s. Ethnic Germans migrating to Germany played a substantial part in this. Whereas in the s and s, asylum seekers.
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M.C. Burda, The determinants of East-West German migration Fig. The migration decision and the option of waiting. logarithmic function U (= log W = w, where small letters denote natural logarithms, so (0,'^w^'; approximates the instantaneous utility differential between the two by: This paper explicitly analyses the determinants of East-West migration in Germany using a macroeconometric panel data model and applying pair-wise gross migration flows and rates between the respective eastern and western German federal states for the period – The remainder of this paper is structured as follows.
This paper explicitly analyses the determinants of East-West migration in Germany using a macroeconometric panel data model and applying pair-wise gross migration flows.
This paper explicitly analyses the determinants of East-West migration in Germany using a macroeconometric panel data model and applying pair-wise gross migration flows and rates between the respective eastern and western German federal states for the period – We study the determinants of East–West migration within Germany during the period –, using administrative data, the German Microcensus and the German Socio-Economic Panel.
Downloadable. We study the determinants of East–West migration within Germany during the period –, using administrative data, the German Microcensus and the German Socio‐Economic Panel. We find that in addition to income prospects and employment status, two well‐known determinants of migration, psychological and social factors play an important role in determining the migration.
East-West-Migration in Germany: Patterns and Determinants. 3 East Germany is shrinking: Since the fall of the Berlin Wall untilthe net loss due to (mainly internal) migration amounted to million people – almost one tenth of the former GDR’s population.
Quite often, in public debate this significant outflow of population is perceived as extraordinary and mobility as such is.
Downloadable. We show that Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania despite small geographical size feature considerable and persistent regional disparities. Registered migration rates have declined dramatically since the last years of Soviet era, yet they are high by international standards.
Evidence from regional inflows and outflows in Latvia and from Estonian labour force survey is used to show that. Heiland, F. (): The Economic Determinant s of East-West German Labor Force Migration after the Fall of the Wall. Unpublished Working Paper.
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A high share of east-west migrants return to eastern Germany and return migration is related to elevated first birth risks. This result suggests that migrants might postpone family formation until they return to their region of origin, where they have better support networks and it is easier to arrange child care.
The chapter provides insights on various aspects of the socio-economic profiles of the migration types studied. Finally, using logistic regression models the main determinants of the migration aspirations are outlined incorporating a selection of demographic and capability variables of respondents.
In the same way as Burda () we have to rely on migration propensities instead of actual migration. However, according to the German Socio-Economic Panel conditional on actual migration, five years earlier 82% of the individuals considered moving to the West; % of those who could easily imagine moving to the West German part in He has published on the effect of the early retirement rules of the US Social Security system on labour supply and benefit claiming behavior, the social dynamics of obesity, the effects of fertility and parental relationship status on child wellbeing, and on the determinants of East-West German migration after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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Heiland has studied the impact of. Burda MC. Determinants of the propensity to migrate are explored using data collected in a survey of East German residents following German reunification in The author notes that in the periodsomeindividuals migrated to West Germany, representing about 5% of the total East German population and 10% of the work force.
Determinants of interregional migration among German states and its implications for reducing East-West disparities: Results from a Panel VAR Timo Mitze∗ (Ruhr-University Bochum & GEFRA M¨unster) Bj¨orn Alecke (Gesellschaft f¨ur Finanz– und Regionalanalysen (GEFRA) M ¨unster) Gerhard Untiedt (Technical University Clausthal & GEFRA M.
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diﬀerential and migration probabilities in their estimates as evidence for the option value of waiting theory of migration. However, to the best of our knowledge, no paper on the determinants of East-West migration considers the self-selection of migrants. Thus, the results might be.
The book focuses on specific aspects related to East-West migration, such as the importance of migration for economic development and the multi-faceted impact of migration on sending countries, as well as recipient countries.
It also includes an overview of the myriad of reasons which stand for the fundamental decision whether to emigrate or not.Human migration is the movement of people from one place to another with the intentions of settling, permanently or temporarily, at a new location (geographic region).
The movement is often over long distances and from one country to another, but internal migration is also possible; indeed, this is the dominant form globally. People may migrate as individuals, in family units or in large groups.The determinants of East-West German migration: Title Cited by Year Macroeconomics: The Economist,Curve Ball.
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