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UPSE DP 1980-13: A Note on Migration and Fertility

Most studies on internal migration and fertility conclude that migration leads to lower fertility. This phenomenon is opened explained in the context of the social mobility and assimilation models. But there are other studies that report conflicting results

UP-School of Economics
Authors Keywords
Pernia, Ernesto M.; fertility; migration;
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