Estimer les changements de résidence pour permettre les comparaisons internationales

Courgeau, Daniel, Muhidin, Salut and Bell, Martin (2012) Estimer les changements de résidence pour permettre les comparaisons internationales. Population, 67 4: 747-770.

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Author Courgeau, Daniel
Muhidin, Salut
Bell, Martin
Title Estimer les changements de résidence pour permettre les comparaisons internationales
Translated title Estimating changes of residence for cross-national comparison
Language of Title fre
Journal name Population   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0032-4663
Publication date 2012-01
Year available 2012
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 67
Issue 4
Start page 747
End page 770
Total pages 24
Place of publication Paris, France
Publisher Institut National d'Etudes Demographiques (I N E D)
Collection year 2014
Language fre
Formatted abstract
This short paper considers a number of temporal and spatial models that can be used for international comparison of internal migration levels across all countries of the world. First, among the various spatial models used, the model linking migrations to the zoning of the territory provides a simple summary of this relationship, but its parameters do not have a clear plain language meaning for international comparison. Second, the «migrant-migration» model derives an instantaneous rate based on migrant numbers measured over variable durations that is independent of multiple and return moves occurring over a longer interval. International comparison is thus only possible for the instantaneous mobility rate (change of residence), a standard indicator whose meaning is clear. The authors use numerous examples to show that the simultaneous use of both types of models provides a means, under certain conditions, to approximate such a rate, that can be linked to the parameters of these models. The validity of these models can be tested and confirmed using data from countries where direct measures of changes of residence are available
Keyword International comparaison
Internal migration
Spatial Modelling
Temporal model
Change of residence
Migrant migration model
Q-Index Code C1
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