Causes and Consequences of Migration


Causes and Consequences of Migration

causesAutor: Ewa Jażwińska-Motylska, Marek Okólski

Tytuł: Causes and Consequences of Migration in Central and Eastern Europe. Podlasie and Slask Opolski: basic trends in 1975-1994

Wydawnictwo: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung

Miejsce wydania: Warszawa 1996


1. Purpose, objectives, constraints and outline of the study (K.Iglicka, M.Okolski)
2. Poland’s population and population movements: an overview (M.Okolski )
3. Methods, approaches, research techniques (E.Jazwinska)
4. A profile of the communities: a summary (M.Okolski)
5. Basic trends and characteristics of international inigration(E.Janvinska)
6. The main migratory behaviours and types of international migration (K.Iglicka)
7. Long term international migration: covering costs and minimising risks (A. Giza)
8. Assessing the principal determinants of migration (M.0kolski)
9. The consequences of migration (A.Giza )
10. The migration networks (A.Giza, section 10.6 M.Tefelski)
11. A _pendular” society: conclusions based on qualitative research (W.Lirkowski)
12. Bibliography
Appendixes: I. Statistical tables II. Questionnaires Ill. A profile of the communities (M.Okolski)