Econometric Study of Spatial Population Mobility in India: A Study of Rajasthan
This Book Deals With The Need And Importance Of Spatial Mobility. Mobility Is Product Of The Social, Cultural Economic, Political Or Physical Circumstances In Which Societies And Individuals Find Themselves. It Is A Major Symptom Of Social Change. This Process Has A Profound Effect Both Upon The Areas To Which Migrants Have Flowed And Upon The Areas From Where They Have Come. This Study Is Based On Secondary Sources Of Data And Deals With The Less Developed State Like Rajasthan.Through Various Quantitative Techniques, Econometric Models Are Built, Hypotheses Are Formulated And Tested On The Basis Of Which Findings Are Analysed. The Study Is Conducted At State Level As Well As At Regional Level For The Years 1971 And 1981. Few Pages As Post-Script On The Basis Of 1991 Migration Data Are Added In The Book. The Study Highlights The Causes Of Spatial Mobility Of Population In Rajasthan, According To Which There Is Need To Reformulate The Development Policies Of The State So That Less Developed Areas Could Be Developed And Regional Disparities Could Be Developed And Regional Disparities Could Be Removed.This Book Is Very Useful For The Planners And Researchers On The Basis Of Which Planning And Development Models Can Be Built.
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26 districts Ajmer Alwar average Banking and Credit Banswara Barmer Bharatpur Bhilwara Bikaner Bundi Census of India census periods 1971 cent level cent variation Chittorgarh Churu decadal district in-migration demographic dependent variable developed districts District In-Migration Male dummy variable DVT Dungarpur economic equation estimated correlation coefficients explanatory variables factors female migration Hypothesized Signs in-migration model Industrial Development ID inter-district migration inter-district population transactions inter-state ith district Jaipur Jaisalmer Jalore Jhalawar Jhunjhunu Jodhpur jth and ith Kerala Kota level of significance linkages male in-migration male migration MECA Mehta Migrants SMR migration streams Migration Tables multicollinearity Nagaur OOOOO'I out-migration percentage pooled data Prospective Development PD push forces Rajasthan regional regression coefficients rural in-migration rural migration rural to rural rural to urban S.No Sikar Sirohi Sri Ganganagar Stock of Migrants total number Udaipur urban in-migration urban migration urban to rural urban to urban variable DV whereas