Analyse der Berücksichtigung eines Wanderungsindikators im Rahmen der Abgrenzung des GRW-Fördergebiets : Gutachten für die Gemeinschaftsaufgabe "Verbesserung der regionalen Wirtschaftsstruktur" im Auftrag des Hessischen Ministeriums für Wirtschaft, Verkehr und Landesentwicklung
"The Joint Task 'Improvement of the Regional Economic Structure' delimits the German promotion areas. For this purpose different indicators reflecting the labor market situation and regional income are linked. So far, no indicator is considered that indicates the demographic change of regions. The Institute for Employment Research was commissioned to produce an expert report on the question if inclusion of a migration indicator could give further information about demographic and other aspects concerning the regional labor market situation. This paper presents the results of the analysis which was financed by the Ministry of economics, transport, urban and regional development of the State of Hesse. We examine the effects of additionally considering migration to determine the contour of the assisted area theoretically as well as in a simulation model. There is some evidence that the inclusion of a migration indicator in the comprehensive model leads to some additional information on regional problems." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))
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