Spatial regularities between non-immigrant and immigrant numbers in Canada
Migration Letters, 2014, vol. 11, issue 1, 90-100
The present study intends to reveal spatial regularities between non-immigrant and immigrant numbers in two different ways. First, it questions the existence of those regularities when spatial scales get finer. Second, it uses pooled data over four population censuses covering the period from 1991 to 2006, which enabled us to apply appropriate techniques to remove those unobserved fixed effects so that the estimations would accurately identify the linkage between local immigrant and non-immigrant numbers. The results provide evidence about the existence of negative spatial regularities between non-immigrant and immigrant numbers in Canada at national scale.
Keywords: Displacement; immigration; residential mobility; crowding-out; migration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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