Professor Clark is one of the world's leading scholars on human migration. In this volume, he concentrates on substantive empirical results, generated during the last three decades, which document migration patterns. He takes a geographical perspective by classifying the literature on migration along a 'distance-biased' approach; migration is examined within the city, across regions and between countries. Clark supports his theories of migration with examples from many regions of the world.
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Mobility and Migration Definitions, Rates and DataResidential MobilityRegional MigrationInternational MigrationConcluding Remarks