The Stock Adjustment Model of Migration: The Scottish Experience

Baayah Baba, Kamaruzaman Jusoff

Abstract


The many models of migration depict the various reasons why people move. The stock adjustment model of migration assumes the heterogeneity of individuals, while the flow models of migration assume individuals to be homogenous. Using the Scotland data we get different results compared to the previous studies, at least in the effect of house prices on the migration decision.

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