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Title: ESPON UK Network Workshop TARGETING ANALYSIS ON MIGRATION AND ECONOMY Cliff Hague (UK ESPON Contact Point) Cliff.Hague@espon.org.uk


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ESPON UK Network WorkshopTARGETING ANALYSIS ON
MIGRATION AND ECONOMYCliff Hague(UK ESPON
Contact Point)Cliff.Hague_at_espon.org.uk
www.espon.org.uk

2
Aims of the workshop
www.espon.org.uk
  • To develop knowledge and understanding of recent
    and on-going ESPON research on demography and
    migration
  • To provide peer and practitioner feedback
  • To develop ideas for proposals for new targeted
    analysis.

3
ESPON 2008-2013 Inception reports for the first
round of projects
www.espon.org.uk
  • Cities and urban agglomerations their
    functionality and potentials for European
    competitiveness and cooperation
  • Development opportunities in different types of
    rural areas
  • Demographic and migratory flows affecting
    European regions and cities
  • Climate change and territorial effects on regions
    and local economies
  • Effects of rising energy prices on regional
    competitiveness
  • Territorial Impact Assessment of policies.
  • ESPON Database

4
The first Targeted Analysis projects
www.espon.org.uk
  • The case for agglomeration economies in Europe
  • The development of the islands European islands
    and cohesion policy
  • Cross-border polycentric metropolitan regions
  • Success for convergence regions economies
  • Spatial scenarios new tools for local-regional
    territories
  • Territorial Diversity.

5
Next round Priority 1 topics tendering late
summer
www.espon.org.uk
  • Attractiveness of regions and cities
  • European patterns of land use
  • Territorial cooperation in transnational areas
    and across internal/external borders
  • Accessibility at regional/local scale and
    patterns in Europe
  • Secondary growth poles
  • European perspective on specific types of
    territories
  • The territorial dimension of innovation and the
    knowledge economy
  • Continental territorial structures and flows
    (globalisation)
  • Consumer public services
  • Maritime inter-linkages and sea use

6
Criteria for Priority 2 Proposals
www.espon.org.uk
  • A European perspective
  • Transferable results bringing added value for a
    broader user-group
  • Concrete plan for implementation of findings

7
Migration
www.espon.org.uk
  • East to west migration is boosting EU economy by
    Euros50 Billion a year, says a report by the
    European Commission (FT 8 May 09).
  • 3.8M moved 2004-07 80 from Poland and Romania
    could be 8.4M by 2020.
  • 70 from 2004 accession to UK and Ireland.
  • The economic crisis is slowing migration but that
    will change.
  • 50 of migration potential currently realised.

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Trends in Population Development ESPON 2008
www.espon.org.uk
  • 31 countries up to 2005, with a combination of
    NUTS 2 and NUTS 3 regions.
  • Europe is getting older problems of labour and
    services in some mainly rural regions.

9
Net migration development 2001-2005
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Population growth is higher in neighbourhood
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CLG Research Report 2009
  • Main driver of migration is economic.
  • UK likely to be hit harder by downturn than
    migrant source countries.
  • Hence international migration into UK is likely
    to slow.
  • No regional breakdown within the UK or source
    countries in this report.
  • Need better knowledge at regional scale of
    drivers and impacts.
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