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Urbanization, commuting and regional labor markets

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"Due to its regional structure, with numerous centers of intensive economic activity, Germany lends itself particularly to analyses of spatial mechanisms of cities and interrelationships between regions. As a result of the increase in urban population, commuting serves as a spatial dispersion mechanism and leads to interactions between regional labor markets. The author studies how local labor markets interact, how densely populated markets facilitate the search for a new job and how employees react to changes in their commuting distance. The different perspectives and the use of micro and georeferenced data provide new empirical insights into the interactions between regional labor markets and mobility patterns in Germany." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))

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Haller, Peter (2018): Urbanization, commuting and regional labor markets. (IAB-Bibliothek, 368), Bielefeld: Bertelsmann, 124 p.
 

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