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Dynamics and determinants of emigration: the case of Croatia and the experience of new EU member states



Ivana Draženović*
   
Marina Kunovac*
   
Dominik Pripužić*
Article   |   Year:  2018   |   Pages:  415 - 447   |   Volume:  42   |   Issue:  4
Received:  June 1, 2018   |   Accepted:  November 4, 2018   |   Published online:  December 14, 2018
Download citation        https://doi.org/10.3326/pse.42.4.3       


Figure 1
Net migration balance of Croatia between 2001 and 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, net migration
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Figure 2
Structure of emigrants from Croatia by sex between 2002 and 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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Figure 3
a) Relative share of different age groups of emigrants and average age of emigrant between 2002 and 2016, (b) Number of emigrants by different age groups between 2002 and 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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Figure 4
Structure of emigrants from Croatia by region between 2001 and 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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Figure 5
Unemployment rate and share of emigrants by county in 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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Figure 6
(a) Main EU emigration destinations for Croatians in 2010, (b) Main EU emigration destinations for Croatians in 2016, Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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Figure 7
Indirect emigration flows from Croatia to the core EU countries according to national statistical offices of core EU countries, compared to the official emigration numbers to EU 27 countries according to Central Bureau of Statistics, gross emigration flow
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Figure 8
New MS emigrants’ average age and median age of population, 2000-2016, national statistical offices of NMS countries, gross emigration flows
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Table 1
Main EU emigration destinations for NMS in 2016 (in % of total EU emigration), national statistical offices of NMS countries, gross emigration flows
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Figure 9
Indirect emigration flows from NMS to the core EU countries, national statistical offices of core EU countries, gross emigration flows
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Figure 10
Indirect emigration flows of NMS in time, national statistical offices of core EU countries, gross emigration flows
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Figure 11
Average emigration flow, as % in total population from 2011 to 2016, compared to average unemployment rate (a) and average GDP PC in PPS, (b) national statistical offices of core EU countries, gross emigration flows
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Table 2
Determinants of emigration flows from new EU Member States to the core EU countries between 2000 and 2016, Fixed effects estimator (FE) and Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood estimator (PPML)
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Table A1
Data sources and details, independent variables
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Table A2
Data sources and details, dependent variable
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Table A3
Total migration flow in Croatia – approximation based on discretional combination of different data sources
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Table A4
Determinants of emigration flows from new EU Member States to the core EU countries between 2000 and 2016, dynamic estimation, Arellano- Bond GMM estimator
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Table A5
Determinants of emigration flows from new EU Member States to the core EU countries between 2000 and 2016, Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood estimator, extended specification Model 4
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Table A6
Number of emigrants from Croatia by region (as % of total population of the region) between 2001 and 2016. Central Bureau of Statistics data, gross emigration flows
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