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004 -- Migration propensity of intermunicipal and intramunicipal migration by age and sex in 1990 to 2016
Variable overview
Sex
Age
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Age

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Concepts and definitions
Description
Quality description
These statistics apply the regional division of 1 January 2017 to the
whole time series.
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Propensity for intramunicipal migration, per mille
The number of migrants per 1,000 of the respective mean population.
Propensity for intermunicipal migration, per mille
The number of migrants per 1,000 of the respective mean population.
Intramunicipal migration, number
Inter-municipal and intra-municipal migration were changed to correspond to
the regional division of 1 January 2017, that is, migration between united
municipalities was transferred to intra-municipal migration.
Intermunicipal migration, number
Inter-municipal and intra-municipal migration were changed to correspond to
the regional division of 1 January 2017, that is, migration between united
municipalities was transferred to intra-municipal migration.
Mean population, number
The notion of mean population (or average population) refers to the
average of the populations of two consecutive years.