Session 27:
Internal Migration of Foreign Populations and Minority Groups

Thursday, July 10
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Montblanc

Chair: Cornelia Muresan, University Babes-Bolyai of Cluj

  1. Do they just keep on moving or do they go home?: internal migration of Mexican-origin, Puerto Rican origin, and other Hispanics in the USE. Helen Berry, Utah State University; Sang Lim Lee, Utah State University; Eduardo Ortiz, Utah State University; Michael B. Toney, Utah State University

  2. The internal migration of ethnic groups in Britain: A study using the census macro and microdataSerena Hussain, University of Leeds; John Stillwell, University of Leeds; Paul Norman, University of Leeds

  3. The internal migration of foreigners in Southern Europe: A comparative study of Italy and SpainJoaquin Recano-Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Roberta Pace, Università di Bari

  4. Internal migration patterns of foreign-born immigrants in Spain: evidence from micro dataDavid Reher, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Javier Silvestre, Universidad de Zaragoza

  5. Revisiting the internal and international migration nexus: internal mobility of foreign-born in TurkeyIbrahim Sirkeci, European Business School London, Regent's College; Jeffrey H Cohen, Ohio State University; Neriman Can, Turkish Statistics Institute

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