Venhorst, V.A. and Dijk van, J. and Wissen van, L.J.G. (2011) An analysis of trends in spatial mobility of Dutch graduates. Spatial Economic Analysis, 6, 57-82. ISSN 1742-1772.
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Considerable attention in the literature has been devoted to spatial mobility as a mechanism in the transition from study to work. In this paper, the relationships between migration and both regional economic circumstances and individual characteristics are investigated using a micro-dataset on Dutch college and university graduates. Over the last decade, some Dutch regions have retained increasingly higher proportions of college graduates. We find that the presence of a large labour market is the most important structural economic determinant for these higher retention rates. Cyclical determinants appear to affect university graduate migration more than college graduate migration.
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