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Migration Patterns

Determinants of Internal Migration in Pakistan: Evidence from the Labour Force Survey, 1996-97

Author : Aliya H. Khan, Lubna Shehnaz | 2016
Published By: Quaid-i-Azam University

The process of migration has diverse economic, social and environmental implications for the places of origin and destination. In the context of balanced regional growth and sustainable regional development it is important to study how internal migration affects the patterns of population distribution within a country. The spatial distribution of population is influenced by the characteristics of the sending and receiving areas in terms of push and pull factors resulting in rural-urban, urban-urban, rural-rural and urban-rural migration flows.

URL : https://core.ac.uk/download/files/153/7199648.pdf

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