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Experian (2007)
Publisher: East Midlands Development Agency
Languages: English
Types: Book
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In November 2006, emda commissioned Experian to undertake research to build a detailed and up to date picture of the scale and nature of migration flows into, out of, and within the East Midlands. The research aimed to assess the impact of migration on demographic change in the region to help identify implications for regional policy makers. This research entailed establishing a comprehensive base of evidence, a review of the drivers of demographic change and migration and an assessment of the role of migration in demographic change going forward. This report presents the key research findings.
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    • 1985-1990 1990-1995 1985-1990 1990-1995 Source: ONS Mid Year Population Estimates, 2006 4 Please refer to Annex A for the district definition of urban and rural parts.
    • 5 ONS Crown Copyright, Mid Year Population Estimates, 1985-2005, from NOMIS, 14th November 2006.
    • 6 ONS Crown Copyright, Mid Year Population Estimates, 1985-2005, from NOMIS, 14th November, 2006.
    • 1985 1990 Source: ONS Mid Year Population Estimates, 2006 1995 2000 2005 14 ONS Crown Copyright, Mid Year Population Estimates, 1985-2005, from NOMIS, 14th November 2006.
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