Child-related Concerns and Migration Decisions: Evidence from the Gallup World Poll

This research paper investigates child well-being as a driver for migration. Results show a positive and significant relationship between child-related concerns and migration plans. The likelihood of migration plans increases with lower scores of child well-being satisfaction. This is especially true for households with children, compared to those reported having none. Read more about research method and findings within the paper.

Published 2018-12-10

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