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Research details

Analysis of migration trends and drivers

Author[s] Edge Analytics

Date 2007

Summary

Aims

To provide a detailed picture of the projected demographic change in Yorkshire and Humber to inform the Yorkshire Assembly.

Methodology

The research uses available National Statistics on population and household estimates and projections.

Key issues

The report discusses methods for and limitations of projection and estimation of population, internal and international migration; trends in migration and population change; and understanding regional patterns in the national and international contexts. The report also addresses the sensitivity of regional population change to future international migration flows.

Conclusions

Conclusions relate to the lack of a definitive measure of the total number of migrants; economic needs of an expanding population; and housing needs and development.

Further details

Resource type
report
Published by
Yorkshire and Humber Assembly, Wakefield





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