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The systems approach to international migration: an application of network analysis methods

The systems approach to international migration: an application of network analysis methods

International Migration 32(2): 329-342

"The objective of this article is to apply formal network analysis to the systems approach [to the study of international migration]. Network analysis will allow two of the four methodological issues to be considered. First, clique and centrality analysis methods will be used to examine the definition and development of ties within an international migration system over time. Second, quadratic assignment procedure (QAP) regression techniques will be used to address the influence of macro factors on international migration flows....[We use] the European Union as a network of migration interest...." (SUMMARY IN FRE AND SPA)

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PMID: 12346101

DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2435.1994.tb00156.x

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