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The University of Southampton
Economic, Social and Political Sciences

Understanding inter-censal migration in Britain using a new migration classification framework Seminar

Origin:
Social Statistics and Demography
Time:
15:00
Date:
24 February 2011
Venue:
Room 1023, Building 58 Highfield Campus

For more information regarding this seminar, please telephone Dr Guy Abel on +44 (2)23 8059 7988 or email g.j.abel@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

CPC Seminar Series

Internal migration is one of the main drivers of population change in Britain, with around 10% of the population changing residential address every year. Understanding the patterns of flows which characterise internal migration is a challenge, with, even at the relatively coarse local authority district level, some 166,000 possible combinations of origins and destinations.

This paper details a new migration-based area classification framework which offers the opportunity to reduce the complexity of internal migration flow patterns with advantages over more general purpose area classifications which fail to take sufficient account of migrants as a separate subset of an area's population. The paper will also report on the preliminary findings of a time series analysis of intercensal internal migration flows in Britain using this new classification framework.

Speaker information

Adam Dennett ,University College London

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