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|Title:||The demographic underpinnings of current and future international migration in Asia|
|Citation:||Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 1998; 7(1):1-26|
|Abstract:||"The present paper suggests that one element which needs to be considered in explaining contemporary international migration [in the Asia-Pacific region] but especially in anticipating trends over the next decade are the differential patterns of growth of population within the region. While population growth overall has slowed, the work force age groups will continue to grow rapidly in Asia over the next decade or so and the contrasts between individual countries will increase. The proportion in the peak mobility age groups will thus continue to grow rapidly in particular countries and will be one of the elements contributing to increased levels of international migration within and out of the region."|
|Keywords:||Demography; Population Dynamics; Emigration and Immigration; Population Growth; Residence Characteristics; Geography; Economics; Developing Countries; Population; Employment; Asia; Pacific Islands; Health Workforce|
|Appears in Collections:||Australian Population and Migration Research Centre publications|
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