3 edition of Modeling out-migration from depressed regions found in the catalog.
Modeling out-migration from depressed regions
Gordon L. Clark
by Harvard University, Department of City and Regional Planning in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|Other titles||Urban planning policy analysis and administration|
|Statement||Gordon L. Clark and Kenneth P. Ballard|
|Series||Discussion paper / Harvard University, Department of City and Regional Planning -- D79-17|
|Contributions||Ballard, Kenneth P, Harvard University. Dept. of City and Regional Planning|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Many migration models, whether derived from the Hicksian macroadjustment approach or from human capital theory, use simultaneously origin and destination variables in their empirical testing proced Cited by: The model is applied to understanding the patterns and determinants of out-migration from a depressed region, the Central Appalachians of the United States of America.
Time-series and. Modeling out-migration from depressed regions. Cambridge, Mass.: Dept. of City and Regional Planning, Harvard University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gordon L Clark; Kenneth P Ballard; Harvard University.
Department of. Modeling out-migration from depressed regions: the significance of origin and destination characteristics.
Clark GL, Ballard KP. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Americas; Demography; Developed Countries; Emigration and Immigration* North America; Population; Population Dynamics; United StatesCited by: The model is applied to understanding the patterns and determinants of out-migration from a depressed region, the Central Appalachians of the United States of America.
Time-series and cross-sectional models are utilized to evaluate the hypothesized two-stage process over the period - Gordon L Clark and Kenneth P Ballard. Modeling out-migration from depressed regions: the significance of origin and destination characteristics.
Environment and Planning A 12, 7 (). The author identifies the peculiarities of migration in economically depressed regions. Population loss is the result of interregional migration.
International migration is characterized by. Although a large body of literature has documented the role of household out-migration in the recovery from regional downturns, the role that firms play in the recovery process has remained a neglected topic of research.
Firms may choose to locate new jobs in depressed regions, thereby reducing unemployment through the job creation channel.
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There has been increasing interest in the literature on gender aspects of the out-migration of skilled immigrants. Gender is an important consideration for out-migration from developing countries since, as noted by Docquier et al.
(), women often face. Clark and K. Ballard, “Modeling Out-Migration from Depressed Regions: The Significance of Origin and Destination Characteristics,” Environment and Planning A, Vol. 12, No. 7,pp. models are rooted in survival models that have been developed for time-to-event data, where the event is a transition from one state of existence to another.
Migra-tion models are transition models. The dependent variable is a count, a rate or a probability. This chapter consists of six sections.
Section is a non-technical discussion of. Static models refer to the state of migration processes at a particular point in time, whereas dynamic models consider the interaction between the variables in time. In dynamic models time can be regarded as either discrete or continuous.
In the first case, during one period of time (usually a year) only one change in the system is possible (i.e. This approach models depressive symptoms in as a function of household out-migration status and other covariates while controlling for prior depressive symptoms in Similar to the FE method, LDV helps address possible selection bias to the extent.
tion and migration. Under certain conditions, population out-migration from a depressed region may serve both national economic efficiency and regional equity goals. Under other, more likely conditions, out-migrationmay lead to a conflict between national efficiency and regional equity. Nevertheless, in.
models generally fall into one of three categories: base-period (BP) models, average-loss-rate (ALR) models and Markov models.
Base-period of the most common migration modeling methodologies, particularly among institutions with less than $5 billion in assets, is the BP model. Reasons for its popularity include conceptual sim. “Many years later, people would forget about the quiet successes of everyday people like Ida Mae.
In the debates to come over welfare and pathology, American would overlook people like her in its fixation with the underclass, just as a teacher can get distracted by the two or three problem children at the expense of the quiet, obedient ones. Clark, G. and Ballard, K. () ‘Modelling Out-migration from Depressed Regions: The Significance of Origin and Destination Characteristics’, Environment and Planning A, vol.
12, pp. – CrossRef Google Scholar. Central Appalachia and south Wales were built to extract coal, and faced with coal’s decline, both regions have experienced economic depression, labor unrest, and out-migration. After Coal focuses on coalfield residents who chose not to leave, but instead remained in their communities and worked to build a diverse and sustainable s: 1.
Model-Based Approaches to Estimating Migration Flows. INTRODUCTION. The migration process for undocumented people is complex and dynamic, as described in Chapter mented migrants and their agents adapt quickly to changes in resources and strategies on the U.S. side of the border.
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