Thursday, June 7 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM   •   Room D0.03

Session 1224:
Internal Migration Trajectories and Impacts

Chair: Bruno Schoumaker, University of Louvain-la-Neuve

  1. Regional push-pull effects exerted on the young population in the province of Quebec, Canada – A longitudinal analysis based on interregional migration trajectories between ages 16 and 33 Emy Bourdages, INRS / Université du Québec; Jacques Ledent, INRS / Université du Québec; Martine St-Amour, Institut de la statistique du Québec;

  2. Internal Migrations and Later-Life Mortality over the Life Course. the Netherlands, 19th-20th Centuries Dolores Sesma Carlos, Radboud University;

  3. Depopulation in Rural America: Demographic Lessons for Aging Societies Daniel Lichter, Cornell University; Kenneth Johnson, University of New Hampshire;

  4. Internal Migration in Germany Since 1991: Who Moves Where and Why? Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research; Nikola Sander, Federal Institute for Population Research; Harun Sulak, Federal Institute for Population Research; Christian Fiedler, Federal Institute for Population Research; Tim Aevermann, Federal Institute for Population Research;

Other sessions on Internal Migration and Urbanization