endobj /F0 83 0 R The more recent studies on climate change induced migration ha, framework of rural-urban migration leading to a wage decrease in the urban, At the same time they argue for an agglomeration effect based on economic, glomeration effect can then induce yet more rural-urban migration, all else, nel for climate-induced migration flows (i.e., health impacts) and an indirect, test these hypotheses through two-stage least squares fixed-effect estimations. >> /Parent 5 0 R Migration influenced by environmental change in Africa: A systematic review of empirical evidence Marion Borderon Patrick Sakdapolrak Raya Muttarak Endale Kebede Raffaella Pagogna Eva Sporer This publication is part of the Special Collection on “Drivers and the potential impact of future migration in the European Union,” organized by Guest /MediaBox [0 0 481.92 623.64] sion of empirical studies on environmental factors as amenities. /F1 84 0 R x���ߴi�J՝,! >> << >> 2012, an increased demand for labor in reconstruction affected areas and the destruction of infrastructure which leads to impoverishment or increased migration costs. >> /Font << /F1 84 0 R /F1 84 0 R /Contents 139 0 R with free mobility (and zero transportation costs, implying free trade) the, gration restrictions (between the North and South and in between the t, One important, still under-researched field, is the impact of environmentally-, urbanization trends, what will the effects be on urban areas and their cur-. approach, as was seen in section 2, allows, models with labour mobility could also be used to give structure to the em-, incorporate damage from manufacturing production as an externality to the, agricultural sector (which in fact may be interpreted as an. /Im1 177 0 R /D [47 0 R /XYZ 72 320.700012 0] Section 4 that also suggests some directions for future research. opposite outcome occurred for urban households: est and were heavily exposed to rainfall after the hurricane the probabilit. ... starting from its antecedents in Africa, is a history of migration. endobj /F0 83 0 R /Im0 176 0 R /XObject << to migrate increased (Carvajal and Medalho Pereira, 2009). /Contents 222 0 R 39 0 obj THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF MIGRATION. << /Im1 125 0 R x�������v )K�8f�[�_�cםn�B�3�;Us0�t��̨�^qG�����x���M�W����Er��S�$�����ɐ C�է�$؆f����[�j�Zf�r���}��8dIh�CsE@`a:���A��G�t��A���Wu� In the perspective of the 21st COP of the UNFCCC (Paris, December 2015), this Special Issue on ‘Climate change. As women are generally more likely to undertake pro‐environmental behaviour as well as transfer new norms and practices across borders, this finding supports the hypothesis that migration contributes to a cross‐border transmission of pro‐environmental norms and practices. countries show that farmers adapt their crop portfolio in order to decrease, serves as a substitute for poor land quality and households that have access, to irrigation are less likely to migrate when facing environmen, be affected through the impact on investment decisions (Rosenzw, Are there other adaptation strategies that may be more beneficial to the. /F1 84 0 R /Type /Page /Annots [213 0 R 214 0 R 215 0 R 216 0 R] >> 37 0 obj 1998 (Carvajal and Medalho Pereira, 2009). Electronic copy available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2597711, As pointed out by Gemenne (2011) there is currently no legal definition of en, See also Piguet (2010) for a very thoughtful and insigh, In the study by Findley (1994) on Mali, circular or short-cycle migrants are defined, The Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) is a standardized measure of drought allowing comparisons across differen, The number of days in an agricultural season when temperature exceeds the minimum gro, Defined as the deviation in the variable from the long-term mean, divided b, Cameron and McConnaha (2006) also tested empirically whether there were demo-, Outcome studies of the impact of environmentally-induced migration on the labour market. factor for international migration, there are still problems as concerns the, data with spatially aggregated weather data introduces unnecessary noise, and may bias the results if the data do not coincide at the relev, into account spatial factors seems necessary, Overall, it is clear from the existing theoretical and empirical research, that migration is only one of several potential strategies used by households, as increasing the off-farm labour market participation, can only be assessed, in models that take market potential into accoun, other challenge for empirical work based on new economic geograph, adaptation strategy depends on the frequency of exposure to droughts, and, the existence or not of public policy aimed at reducing the risk of a disaster, (e.g., early warning systems) or providing assistance after the ev, results clearly depend on the type of environmental change, ho, The review has focussed on methods, rather than the actual estimated or, are in much demand for policy purposes, it is crucial to understand by what, means such estimations are done and also to define which methods need more, helped in this effort to produce new research on the migration-environment, seen as a possible means of adaptation to environmental change and not, only a fatality and more research efforts are directed at understanding ho. >> /Type /Page /Font << section study and it is often difficult to obtain longer time series of weather. >> /Annots [181 0 R] ), [91] Miguel, E., Satyanath, S., Sergenti, E. (2004). Impact of Climate Change on Rich and Poor Countries. 310 0 R] We consider multiple types of human conflict, including both interpersonal conflict, such as assault and murder, and intergroup conflict, including riots and civil war. /Resources << >> /Im1 129 0 R /F0 83 0 R 48 0 obj labour and land, where rainfall determines the effective land input. tunity and Amenities in Explaining Population Redistribution. << << measure direct effects on agriculture can use a production function model, a Ricardian land rent model on cross-section data (Mendelsohn, Nordhaus, and Shaw, 1994) or yet, directly measure the impact of climate on agricul-, tural profits on time series data by exploiting the within v, approach is that farmers’ adaptation is included in the resulting measure. /Type /Page Using a hierarchical meta-analysis that allows us to both estimate the mean effect and quantify the degree of variability across 55 studies, we find that deviations from moderate temperatures and precipitation patterns systematically increase conflict risk. /M (D:20190808131454+02'00') Environmental impact of immigration Summary The following are the main findings: Migration of people from developing to developed countries will normally cause an absolute increase in global emissions. follow-up survey of 355 of the same individuals betw, nificant factor in determining whether a migrant returned to New Orleans or. /ViewerPreferences << /Contents 127 0 R /F4 107 0 R /F0 83 0 R /Im1 74 0 R At the same time, controlling for the intensity of local‐level emigration, a higher proportion of women in the local migrant population is associated with a greater likelihood of pro‐environmental action. /Im0 108 0 R White 87 ... largely on international migration and its impact on economic growth, poverty, and inequality in sending countries. endobj endogenous measures such as soil erosion and forest degradation. >> This study investigated impact of rural-urban migration on food security, social and environmental life, employment, transportation, housing and education. endobj /Type /Page /Contents 202 0 R /Resources << since most such migrants tend to be poor and powerless (Raleigh et al., 2008). /F1 84 0 R A negative effect of natural disasters on migration was also found in a, study on migration from Nicaragua following Hurricane Mitch in October. ronmental factors (in this case soil quality) are included in the production, A more explicit spatial component of environmental damage, production and, migration of labour has been introduced in some recent papers using new, Quaas (2007) analyze agglomeration economies using a core-periphery model, that includes local pollution (see also Hoso. /F2 85 0 R /Im0 144 0 R /S /GoTo spatially correlated (Auffhammer et al., 2013). /Im3 168 0 R /Resources << /Annots [90 0 R 91 0 R] << /F4 107 0 R /F1 84 0 R >> /F3 106 0 R >> /Parent 5 0 R if the report of the shock (its magnitude, impact, is measured as the difference between the realization of the v. length of an event, in addition to its occurrence and its magnitude. /F0 83 0 R /F0 83 0 R /Font << The paper finds that almost all of the rural–urban migrants are permanent. : Econometric studies on environmentally induced migration, : Outcome studies of the impact of environmentally-induced migration on the labour market, All figure content in this area was uploaded by Katrin Millock, All content in this area was uploaded by Katrin Millock on Apr 20, 2016. Immigration provides a supply of low cost labor for host countries, while remittances from emigrant workers can be an important source of foreign income for /XObject << /Resources << /Type /Page /D [10 0 R /XYZ 57 369.450012 0] 40 0 obj /F2 85 0 R United Nations Univ, [2] Alem, Y., Bezabih, M., Kassie, M., Zikhali, P, Disasters and International Migration. migration from the South to the North can have an indirect effect on climate, change and further reduce productivity in the South (through the emissions, Both policy options are assumed fully financed by the levying of taxes on the, the impact on equity resulting from the choice of the t, many interesting results of the model is that the welfare impact of in, in green technology is ambiguous in both the North and the South, although, it may reduce the pollution stock that causes climate change, and reduce. 34 0 obj 2014), migration is increasingly seen as one potential adaptation strategy. The classical Tieb, assumes that individuals sort over space according to the income net of trans-. >> 12 0 obj /Font << /Parent 5 0 R >> /F0 83 0 R /D [9 0 R /XYZ 72 548.700012 0] >> structural equations to derive the gravit, (2012) who adapts Anderson’s (2011) migration model to environmentally, vironment is now the analysis of bilateral (dy, on random utility models that assume that the individual’s or household’s, probability of migration is a function of the relative ratios of w. socio-economic characteristics in the origin and the destination state. /Resources << /Font << such models, migration is not a problem, in fact, rather the opposite: pollution abatement in the upstream region reduces the average individual’s, tential solution to the problem of coordinating environmental policies when, affect the cost of migration and thus population mobility, (2003, 2004) show that with perfect population mobility the socially efficient, allocation of emissions reduction can be supp, of the policy game between independent regional authorities setting decen-, analyses do not deal with the dynamic aspect of migration, which may occur, ized several of the earlier models of transboundary pollution to more general, assumptions on the form of the pollution externality, Migration dynamics are conceptualized by Haavio (2005a) in a model of. /F1 84 0 R /Type /Page /Im0 148 0 R /F2 85 0 R 56 0 obj /Im4 169 0 R The Social Science Research origin country characteristics there is evidence that shortfalls in precipitation, decrease migration to developing countries from coun, culture but increase migration to developing countries from coun, tion in developing countries (but not in dev, that South-South bilateral migration flows are included in the sample, but, when interpreting them one must bear in mind that the data come from, 10-year stock data and that extrapolation over a long time period tends to. /F1 84 0 R Bowl that occurred over a decade and created sev, factors for migration in the U.S. Great Plains counties during the 1930s and. /Annots [196 0 R 197 0 R] /A << /Annots [278 0 R 279 0 R 280 0 R 281 0 R 282 0 R 283 0 R 284 0 R 285 0 R 286 0 R 287 0 R 288 0 R 289 0 R 290 0 R 291 0 R 292 0 R] not modelled and only assumed decreasing in immigration. /XObject << nates from the geographical sciences and other social sciences than economics. /F1 84 0 R >> >> labour mobility across sectors and within countries. Using the complete census, data for 1991 and 2001 to construct bilateral migration rates, Dallmann and, Millock (2013) find that interstate migration in India increases with the fre-, quency of drought in the state of origin, but is unaffected by the duration and, count for the endogeneity in the decisions to participate in the off-farm labour. /Resources << Using a new data set on annual deaths from disasters in 73 nations from 1980 to 2002, this paper tests several hypotheses concerning natural-disaster mitigation. /F0 83 0 R /F1 84 0 R >> /F1 84 0 R 58 0 obj /Contents 123 0 R /MediaBox [0 0 481.92 623.64] << >> /Resources << endobj /Type /Page /F0 83 0 R /Parent 5 0 R Migration as adaptation 18 3.2. Overarching regimes 24 4.2. /Contents 200 0 R endobj lows from climate change impact reports (Black et al., 2008). 44 0 obj /F 4 /Parent 5 0 R /Im1 153 0 R /Annots [88 0 R] /MediaBox [0 0 481.92 623.64] tion in the form of policy is thus necessary to reduce environmental damage. endobj /Resources << Submitted for publication to the Journal of Archaeological Science. /MediaBox [0 0 481.92 623.64] << NBER W. gration from Rural Mali during the 1983-1985 Drought. >> /Author (Marion Borderon, Patrick Sakdapolrak, Raya Muttarak, Endale Kebede, Raffaella Pagogna & Eva Sporer) endobj /Contents 184 0 R 59 0 obj /Resources << /F3 106 0 R This article reviews the economic studies of environmentally induced migration. /F1 84 0 R /Annots [150 0 R] << /Annots [183 0 R] uses monthly rainfall grids at a 0.1 degree resolution and elaborates detailed, Third, several studies rely on self-reported shocks, which may be biased. "The effect of weather-induced internal migration on local labor markets. Our results show that the occurrence of The estimations are based on a two-stage least squares model using panel data. /Contents 208 0 R /Annots [142 0 R] 5 0 obj We conclude by highlighting research priorities, including a better understanding of the mechanisms linking climate to conflict, societies' ability to adapt to climatic changes, and the likely impacts of future global warming. /Resources << /Contents 143 0 R >> >> In the Indian context, this analysis gets further complicated due, While mitigation efforts in developed and emerging economies are necessary in order to meet ambitious climate targets, the international community strives to explore strategies to help the most vulnerable populations to cope with the short-term and long-term impacts of climate change. In the most well-known model for studying rural-urban migration flows, i.e., depends on the difference between the wage in the agricultural rural sector, and the expected wage in the urban sector, with the expectation being based, on the probability of finding work times the exogenous w. sector (possibly set by regulation in the form of a minimum wage). /F0 83 0 R 36 0 obj /Font << /Annots [114 0 R] Rossi-Hansberg (2012) assess the welfare loss from migration restrictions by, allowing free mobility within the North and within the South but not be-. 33 0 obj 1997; ... Der stärkste Bevölkerungsanstieg wird in Subsahara Afrika erwartet (UN 2017). /F2 85 0 R Addressing climate change and human mobility at the global level 24 4.1. The findings suggested that migration can influence human development across eight key dimensions: economy, education, health, gender, wider social impacts, governance, environmental sustainability and disaster relief. /F3 106 0 R offer some interesting directions for future research. >> 38 0 obj This suggests that regions with access to more secure and stable sources of water are less likely to rely on migration as an income‐smoothing mechanism, at least in the short run. Exploring interlinked drivers of human migration in the context of environmental change 7 A new framework on the effects of environmental change on human migration has been developed by researchers, which can be used to /Font << << Our results show that both rainfall shocks and the availability of irrigation impact the decisions of households to dispatch migrants. /Contents 182 0 R 67 0 obj /Annots [122 0 R] reductions in agricultural output and land values (Gutmann et al., 2005; struck Bangladesh in 1988 and in 1998, or hurricane damage, like Katrina, in New Orleans in 2005, and drought events in the Sahel ha. >> /Contents 311 0 R /Im4 180 0 R /Font << /XObject << /MediaBox [0 0 481.92 623.64] >> /Type /Page /Im4 189 0 R << effects, for example, the country could choose to tolerate a higher level of en-. >> /F0 83 0 R /First 6 0 R 29 0 obj /F2 85 0 R �v�2X �i�d��W����WS��o�wBdO�6FtM���}w$���v�b:�6��-r��|@�j ��`��]��Q /F0 83 0 R that analytical work - both theoretical and empirical - have to confron, test in order to frame the debate in such a manner that we can under-, The Fifth Assessment Report on adaptation issued by the Intergo, Panel on Climate Change does indeed point out that there is low confidence, in quantitative projections of future migration flows, although there is a high. >> /Type /Pages Over the entire 19 years between 1991 to 2009, as a direct result of net migration, greenhouse gas 2007, for the Philippines) and help to smoothen the environmental shocks. 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