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Movement of Labour and Deep Integration. L Alan Winters. Migration Data Sussex Database. Most Comprehensive Database to date Globally comparable migration stock data Bilateral migration data from 226 countries and territories Based on latest round of Census data 2000/1

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migration data sussex database
Migration DataSussex Database
  • Most Comprehensive Database to date
    • Globally comparable migration stock data
    • Bilateral migration data from 226 countries and territories
    • Based on latest round of Census data 2000/1
    • First collection of South-South migration data
    • Different versions based on different definitions of “migrant” – e.g. country of birth, citizenship
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Migration DataSussex Database

Main findings

  • South-North migration 37%, South-South 24% and North-North 16%
  • Intraregional migration is about 55% of total
  • Over 50% of international migration takes place between countries with a common language
  • There is a negative relationship between distance and number of migrants
  • Migrants move up the GNI per capita ladder
migration trends
Migration Trends

Who goes where?

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Migration Trends
  • There is a negative relationship between migration and distance

South Asia

East Asia and Pacific

Sub-Saharan Africa

Middle East & N. Africa

Europe & Central Asia

Latin Am. & Caribbean