Migration and regional development in Nordic rural context – Lessons from international seminar in Seinäjoki

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  • Markku Mattila
  • Mika Raunio

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It is said that in globalizing world urbanization is a megatrend. In some parts of the
Western world, urbanization or population concentration is associated with a declining
birth rate. In Finland, for example, population growth is only dependent on immigration,
and part of the country threatens to desert, especially as the working-age population moves
to the largest population centers. How do the rural regions survive, while being squeezed between these lines of development?

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2020-01-01

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Mattila, M., & Raunio, M. (2020). Migration and regional development in Nordic rural context – Lessons from international seminar in Seinäjoki. Siirtolaisuus-Migration, 46(1), 5. Noudettu osoitteesta https://siirtolaisuus-migration.journal.fi/article/view/95548

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