Flujos Migratorios entre provincias andaluzas y entre éstas y el resto de España
The present article studies migration rates in between andalusian provinces and also between them and the rest of Spain. Using administrative data from Spanish Social Security, we are able to identify not only permanent migrants but also those who migrate only to do a temporary job during a short term period. We find that migration in Andalucia is mainly in between andalusian provinces. Moreover, they are higher for males and highly qualified workers. We estimate a model for the probability of migrating and find that andalusian workers go mainly to provinces with relatively high levels of income, low wages and low home prices. We also obtain that the differences in the situation of the business cycle between the origin and the destination was a fundamental motivation of the probability of migrating in the eighties. However, it seems that these differences are less relevant in the nineties.
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