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Books and reports

Books & Reports

This section provides an overview of selected book publications of Population Europe researchers, cooperation partners and from other sources. If available, links guide the user to the publication websites.

Empirical Analyses of Determinants of Migration Aspirations

By Maryam Aslany, Tone Sommerfelt and Jørgen Carling

This report is devoted to the study of migration aspirations. It relies on an approach that sees migration as a two-step process, differentiating between migration aspirations and migration behaviour, originally formulated as the aspiration/ability model of migration by Jørgen Carling (2002).

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Jonas Vestby, Andreas Forø Tollefsen and Halvard Buhaug utilise a sensitivity analysis to show that we likely know less about the effect of temperature and precipitation on international migration flow than what published literature has led us to believe.
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Over the past few decades, we have seen a striking increase in immigration. The UNHCR defines refugees as individuals who, due to conflict or persecution, are forced to flee their country of origin and are unable to return there because of serious threats to life, physical integrity or freedom
Infancy in Hungary. Report on the Second Wave of Cohort ’18 – Growing Up in Hungary
In 2018–2019, a sample of expectant mothers was surveyed for the first wave of Cohort ’18 – Growing Up in Hungary – a longitudinal study run by the Hungarian Demographic Research Institute. For the second wave of the study, the same families were visited when the children were 6 months old.