La distribuzione spaziale della migrazione interna in Polonia: un'analisi delle differenze tra aree urbane e rurali
[Internal migration and spatial development in Poland: the differences between urban and rural areas]
The paper investigates spatial transformation of the internal migration in Poland over the period 2000-2006 for powiats. The article consists of two parts: the first one illustrates urban structure changes and the second one focus on dynamics rural powiats. Important conclusions emerging from this study: a substantial reduction rural to urban migration; a new urban to urban migration scenario; a differentiation between rural powiats. The are recent changes in the role of urban and rural powiats. The largest cities, with over 400,000 inhabitants, are gaining population to all urban bands. This is mainly due to the wide range of facilities and higher level services offered. Besides substantial differences in net migration of rural powiats have confirmed the important role of suburban areas. They have become a new attractive locations while peripheral powiats have lost population. This study show how the geographical accessibility to nearest urban agglomeration influences migration.
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