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The Analysis of Interregional Migrations in Polandi n the Period of 2004-2010 using Panel Gravity Model

  • Michal Bernard Pietrzak

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    (Nicolaus Copernicus University)

  • Natalia Drzewoszewska

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    (Nicolaus Copernicus University)

  • Justyna Wilk

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    (Wroclaw University of Economics)

The paper discusses the problem of migration in spatial and temporal perspective. The objective is to evaluate the intensity and direction of selected economic variables impact on the volume of interregional migration flows in Poland in 2004-2010. The analysis was performed using panel gravity model with fixed effects. The socio-economic situation and especially the level of salaries determine migration directions in Poland. Significant movements keep occurring between economically stronger regions. They indicate tendencies towards obtaining positive net migration.

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Volume (Year): 12 (2012)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 111-122

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