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 procedures. In this paper it is hypothesized that the actual out-migration decision process has two separate but interrelated stages -- the decision to leave and the decision as to the destination. A two-stage estimation procedure is used to analyze the significance of origin characteristics as determinan...Expand abstract
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- The full-text of this article is not available in ORA. Citation: Clark, G. L. & Ballard, K. P. (1980). 'Modeling out-migration from depressed regions: the significance of origin and destination characteristics', Environment and Planning A, 12(7), 799-812. [Available at http://www.envplan.com/A.html].
Modeling out-migration from depressed regions: the significance of origin and destination characteristics
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