Metropolitan areas in central Poland and their impact on migration flows
The objective of the paper is to identify subregions (NUTS 3) of the central part of Poland pretending to metropolitan areas, as well as to study their impact on the domestic migration flows. Their social and economic situations in 2008 were determined on the basis of the composite measure values. Their participation in the domestic migration flows in the period 2008-2010, considering the directions, range and intensity of flows, was also examined. Only Warsaw is the completely shaped metropolitan area in Poland. The city demonstrates the highest economic potential and therefore the strongest migration flows and dependences with other subregions. The cities of Poznan and Lodz and also the Bydgosko-Torunski subregion can be recognized as developing metropolitan areas. These subregions represent significant economic centres; however migration flows related to them demonstrate mainly regional importance.
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|Date of revision:||May 2014|
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- Michal Bernard Pietrzak & Justyna Wilk, 2013. "The impact of metropolitan areas on internal migrations in Poland. The case of southern regions," Working Papers 24/2013, Institute of Economic Research, revised Jul 2013.
- Michal Bernard Pietrzak & Justyna Wilk & Stanislaw Matusik, 2013. "Gravity model as the tool for internal migration analysis in Poland in 2004-2010," Working Papers 28/2013, Institute of Economic Research, revised Jul 2013.
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