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Internal Migration and Regional Population Dynamics in Europe: Romanian Case Study

By M. Kupiszewski, D. Berinde, V. Teodorescu, H. Durham and P. Rees

Abstract

The report analyses population migration and change in Romania over the period 1984-1994. The analysis of population change is conducted for 2948 communes and towns, the finest administrative division for which population data are available. The lack of migration data on the level of communes and towns makes in-depth analysis of the migration for small spatial units impossible. For that reason analysis of the patterns of migration is conducted for 40 Judete (also referred to as counties or regions) and the capital city of Bucharest, i.e. 41 units altogether. \ud Council of Europe Publishing,\ud F-67075 Strasbourg - Cedex,\ud France

Publisher: School of Geography
Year: 1997
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:5042

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