International migration and regional Australia, 2006-11

International migration and regional Australia, 2006-11 Report

Policy Brief

  • Author(s): Graeme Hugo, Helen Feist, George Tan
  • Published: 2013
  • Publisher: Australian Population & Migration Research Centre, University of Adelaide

Abstract: Internal migration is the major reason for differences in the population growth or decline between regional areas. It also has important impacts on the composition of the population in those areas. Accordingly it is a major influence on the social and economic potential of regional areas. This policy brief examines the role of internal migration in the population dynamics of regional Australia, analyses its impacts on those communities and discuses some policy implications.

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Graeme Hugo, Helen Feist, George Tan, 2013, International migration and regional Australia, 2006-11, Report, viewed 09 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=2886.

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