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Máté Domicián (University of Debrecen, Hungary), Sarihasan Imran (University of Debrecen, Hungary), Popp József (University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary), Oláh Judit (University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary)
The Role of Regional Differences in Immigration: The Case of OECD Countries
Economics & Sociology, 2018, vol. 11, nr 3, s. 190-206, rys., tab., bibliogr. 61 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Migracja, Regionalizm, Starzenie się społeczeństw, Poziom edukacji
Migration, Regionalism, Ageing of the population, Level of education
Klasyfikacja JEL: K37, J21, J15
This work supported by the Horizon 2020 Working Programme (H2020-SC6- MIGRATION-2018-2019-2020) of the European Commission.
Organizacja Współpracy Gospodarczej i Rozwoju
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
Despite physical, cultural, economic and other obstacles, millions of people have recently emigrated from one country to another in search of a better life. Consequently, the importance of this research topic has grown over time. Analysis of this regional approach is based on the OECD censuses, and its unique Database on Immigrants (DIOC), which makes it possible to generate a wide variety of cross-tabulations on the characteristics of asylum-seekers by the country of their birth. The aim of this study is to contribute to literature by analysing the role of regional differences in migration more closely in terms of the importance of migration regulation policies in the OECD countries. According to the results based on Binary Logistic (Logit) and Linear (OLS) Regression models, the educational attainment, age, sex and the place of birth of migrants are related in different ways to their region of origin. Moreover, male migrants are more skilled than females, migrants who are more educated are older than the less skilled, and foreign-born migrants seemed to be older than native-born migrants. There is also additional evidence suggesting that different regions and countries might follow different policies and norms for admission of migrants. Therefore, forthcoming migration governance programs that aim to facilitate the labour market integration of migrants should also take into consideration their regional characteristics.(original abstract)
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