Analyses, articles and publications
The purpose of this project has been to map welfare candidates place of study and settlement two years after graduation, in relation to the place of upbringing.
We document estimation results related to semi-log econometric models for scaled net domestic migration and commuting using panel data for 89 economic regions in Norway for the period 2001-2014.
Cohorts of young people who were 15 years old in the period 1978-2002 have been tracked to the age of 35.
This project is a descriptive analysis of migration and integration based on Nordic comparative data for migration and integration, in the Nordic Council of Ministers table data base: https://www.nordicstatistics.org/.
The main aim of this project has been to map the welfare graduates' place of study and settlement after graduation in relation to the place of upbringing.
This paper provides empirical results for internal migration and commuting flows using panel data for 89 economic regions in Norway for the years 2001-2014.