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South-North migration. The case of spain

AuthorsBodega Fernández, María Isabel ; Cebrián, Juan A. ; Martín Lou, María Asunción; Franchini Alonso, Teresa; Lora-Tamayo D'Ocón, Gloria
Issue Date1995
PublisherPolish Academy of Sciences
CitationGeographia Polonica Nº66: 125-145 (1995)
AbstractInternational migrations caused by socio-economic and demographic reasons, especially from underdeveloped countries to the rich and prosperous areas of the globe are discussed with the focus on Western Europe and particularly on Maghrebi immigration to Spain. Emigration of the people from a backward region even increases the deterioration of [the] local economy, provoking stagnation and inflation. Therefore emigration only can not be seen as an economic take-off for sustained economic development over the frontier areas between developed and depressed territories. Related social questions as well as economic, religious and political may add factors affecting the structural balance of the societies concerned.
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