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Ost-West-Wanderungen in Deutschland: Die Jungen gehen - Alte kommen

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  • Martin Werding

In den Jahren 1989 bis 1991 fanden starke Wanderungsbewegungen von Ost- nach Westdeutschland statt, durch die innerhalb von nur drei Jahren per saldo rund eine Mill. Menschen in die alten Bundesländer kamen. Seither haben sich die Nettowanderungen von Ost- nach Westdeutschland deutlich reduziert. Selten beachtet wird allerdings, welches Volumen an Bruttowanderungen sich hinter diesen geringen Salden verbirgt. Differenziert man die Bruttowanderungsströme und die Wanderungssalden nach Altersgruppen, so fällt auf, dass per saldo vor allem die jüngste Gruppe der Unter-25-Jährigen und darunter vor allem die 18- bis 25-Jährigen aus den neuen Bundesländern abwandern, während sich geringe, aber seit 1996 anhaltende Nettozuwanderungen nach Ostdeutschland für die Altersgruppe der 50-Jährigen und Älteren ergeben.

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Article provided by ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich in its journal ifo Schnelldienst.

Volume (Year): 55 (2002)
Issue (Month): 04 (February)
Pages: 44-45

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Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:55:y:2002:i:04:p:44-45
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