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in-migration

(ĭn′mī-grā′shən)
n.
Migration into one community, region, or country from another.

in′-mi′grate v.
in′-mi′grant n.
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The portrayal of EU in-migration as our economic elixir owes more to politics than reality and needs to be challenged before the myth takes hold.
To characterize possible population change pathways in New York City throughout the 21st century, we developed four new population scenarios, making a range of assumptions about future mortality, in-migration, and out-migration.
"The reliance on high employment growth and associated high levels of in-migration that is built into the preferred economic scenario represents an unacceptable risk which I cannot support on the basis of the evidence before me."
The subscript t-1 refers to the indicated variable lagged one period, and [eta.sub.r] for r = 1,...,5 are the speed of adjustment parameters that represent, respectively, the rate at which employment, in-migration, out-migration, monthly net median wage and local public expenditure adjust to their respective (steady state) equilibrium levels.
In general, Medicaid migration patterns mirrored population migration patterns in that states with higher Medicaid in-migration rates had higher population in-migration rates (correlation coefficient = 0.55; Exhibit 6).For most states, Medicaid in-migration rates differed by fewer than 3 percentage points from population in-migration rates, but Medicaid in- migration rates were more than 4 percentage points higher than population in-migration rates for four states: Nevada, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Thus, Western/Southern Montana experienced net in-migration of 18-to 23-year-olds.
Afghanistan is a tribal society with very little in-migration. In short in each community everyone knows the others and their relatives.
He believes that more than 468 future homes would have a "profoundly negative impact upon infrastructure, environment, landscape and very importantly the Welsh language due to in-migration."
The goals of incorporating Xinjiang and minimizing Soviet influence in the region were pursued through military-agricultural colonies (such as the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps), Han colonization of the region (largely by the in-migration of Han into Xinjiang), and the co-opting of local religious and political leadership.
Statewide, Indiana did have a net in-migration of residents last decade but the final tally was well below the level during the 1990s.
More specifically, using the indices of overall economic freedom and overall personal freedom developed by Ruger and Sorens (2009) within an otherwise standard econometric model, this study empirically investigates whether domestic net in-migration is positively impacted by higher levels of both economic and personal freedom.
* Colorado has one of the country's most well-educated work forces, in great part as a result, of in-migration;