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Abstract


THE RELATIONSHIP OF ECONOMIC GROWTH AND REGIONAL MIGRATION: THE CASE OF ISTANBUL, ANKARA, IZMIR

In terms of income and wages, migration occurs from regions with low wages to regions with higher income expectations. Therefore, migration emerges from economically less developed places to developed places. In the study, the relationship between economic growth and regional migration is examined. With the increase in the industrial GDP of that province as economic growth, the variables of the population with higher education; For regional migration, the net migration rate variable of that province is taken as basis. Research within the scope of the three largest cities by population of Turkey in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir of data for the 2008-2018 year were used and relational scanning model viewing as it was existing in the current situation relationships and connections between each of the variables in the analysis of the data is used. According to the results of the analysis, a one-way panel causality relationship from industrial GDP to net migration rate on the provincial basis in the short term and a long-term cointegration relationship between the industrial GDP-Net migration rate on the provincial basis and the population with higher education on the provincial basis and the net migration rate.



Keywords
Regional Migration, Economic Growth, Net Migration Rate.



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