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The Annals of Regional Science, Vol. 59, Issue 3 - New Issue Alert

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Youth and Graduate Migration

In this issue
Special Issue Editorial  

Special issue on youth and graduate migration

Alessandra Faggian, Jonathan Corcoran & Francisco Rowe

Special Issue Paper  

Dynamics of job satisfaction around internal migrations: a panel analysis of young people in Britain and Australia

Francisco Perales

Special Issue Paper  

Why do they return? Beyond the economic drivers of graduate return migration

Riccardo Crescenzi, Nancy Holman & Enrico Orru’

Special Issue Paper  

Do earnings by college major affect graduate migration?

John V. Winters

Special Issue Paper  

From school to university to work: migration of highly educated youths in China

Ye Liu, Jianfa Shen, Wei Xu & Guixin Wang

Special Issue Paper  

Do natural amenities influence undergraduate student migration decisions?

Kathryn R. Dotzel

Special Issue Paper  

Moving home again? Never! The locational choices of graduates in Sweden

Lina Bjerke & Charlotta Mellander

Special Issue Paper  

Mobility, education and labor market outcomes for U.S. graduates: Is selectivity important?

Pantelis Kazakis & Alessandra Faggian

Special Issue Paper  

International mobility and wages: an analysis of Italian Ph.D. graduates

Marco Di Cintio & Emanuele Grassi

Special Issue Paper  

Human capital spillovers in Dutch cities: consumption or productivity?

Viktor A. Venhorst

Special Issue Paper  

The returns to migration and human capital accumulation pathways: non-metropolitan youth in the school-to-work transition

Francisco Rowe, Jonathan Corcoran & Martin Bell


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