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Migration, labour demand, housing markets and the drought in regional Australia : a report to the Australian Institute of Family Studies /

By: Hunter, Boyd | Australian Institute of Family Studies
Contributor(s): Biddle, Nicholas
Series: Research PaperPublisher: Canberra, A.C.T. Australian Institute of Family Studies 2011Description: PDFISBN: 1921414480; 9781921414480ISSN: 1446-9871Other title: Research Paper ; no. 49Subject(s): Climatic Changes | Rural Communities | Migration, Internal | Labour Demand | Disadvantaged Groups | Equity And Climate ChangeOnline Resources: Electronic copy
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Bibliography : p. 24-25 Appendices : p. 26-32

This report explore the interactions between local labour demand and short-term and long-term mobility or, more correctly, migration. Given that the definition of drought is contested, sensitivity analysis was conducted using independent regional data. Census data for Statistical Local Areas (SLAs) throughout Australia were used to capture mobility between 2001 and 2006. The major social and economic costs and benefits of migration identified in recent censuses are used to explain the changing patterns of mobility within and between rural and metropolitan areas. These results are interpreted by reference to the standard human capital model of migration

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