Labour migration and internal labour markets
This paper uses evidence collected from interviews with 50 large employers to estimate the contribution of employee relocation to regional migration.
It finds that the frequency of employee relocation has reduced but that it generates a distinctive migrant flow.
Author: Martin Perry
All publications in subject category: Internal mobility (geographic)
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- Functional Labour Markets Revealed by Travel to Work data 1991 and 2001
- Identifying Functional Labour Market Areas in New Zealand: A Reconnaissance Study using Travel-to-Work Data.
- Scoping Regional Migration and its Interaction with Labour Markets in New Zealand
- Settlement Patterns and the Geographic Mobility of Recent Migrants to New Zealand