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Linked migration systems: immigration and internal labor flows in the United States.Author(s): R. Walker; M. Ellis; R. Barff
Source: Economic Geography. ; 68(3):234-248.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWe investigate the relationship between immigration and internal labor movements in the US. Wedding the literatures on immigration and internal migration, we develop a mobility model linking these various flows on the basis of occupational status of worker, producction and institutional relations in the economy, and economic restructuring.
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CitationWalker, R.; Ellis, M., and Barff, R. 1992. Linked migration systems: immigration and internal labor flows in the United States. Economic Geography. ; 68(3):234-248.
KeywordsImmigration, immigrant impacts, internal migration, economic restructuring, labor markets, simultaneous equations model
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