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Anne Chinonye Maduka, Chekwube Vitus Madichie and Chukwunonso Sylvester Ekesiobi

regression with i (1) processes. The Review of Economic Studies , 57(1), 99-125. World Bank (2017). Migration and remittances fact-book. Migration and Development Brief . Retrieved from, http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/migrationremittancesdiasporaissues/brief/migration-remittances-data . Zivot, E. & Andrew, D. W. K. (1992). Further evidence on the great crash, the oil price shock and the unit root hypothesis. Journal of Business and Economics Statistics, 10, 251-270.

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Samo Drobne and Mitja Lakner

-20. 12. Jenko, D., Drobne, S. (2014), “Modeliranje prostorskih vzorcev delovne mobilnosti in selitev z vektorskimi polji” (“Modelling commuting and migration patterns using vector fields”; in Slovene only), in Ciglič, R., Perko, D., Zorn, M. (Eds.), Digitalni prostor, GIS v Sloveniji, 12, ZRC, Ljubljana, pp. 163-171. 13. Johansson, B. (1998), “Infrastructure, Market Potential and Endogenous Growth”, Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping (Mimeo). 14. Karlsson, C., Olsson, M. (2006), “The identification of functional regions

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Samo Drobne and Marija Bogataj

of Quality of Regional Centres and their Attractiveness”), Revija za univerzalno odličnost, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. A25-A42, [online], available at http://www.fos.unm.si/media/pdf/RUO_2013_22_Drobne_Bogataj1.pdf [December 30, 2013]. 7. Drobne, S., Bogataj, M. (2013b). “Impact of Population Aging on Migration to Regional Centres of Slovenia”, in Zadnik Stirn, L., Žerovnik, J., Povh, J., Drobne, S., Lisec, A. (2013). SOR '13 proceedings. Ljubljana: Slovenian Society Informatika, Section for Operational Research, pp. 325-330. 8. Drobne, S

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Zuzanna Brunarska

–574. BRUNARSKA, Z. (2016): Disengagement in state-society relations in Russia – a regional perspective. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Warsaw. CHISLENNOST’ I MIGRATSIYA NASELENIYA ROSSIYSKOY FEDERATSII V 2012 GODU (2013): Moscow, Rosstat. CHISWICK, B. (2008): Are immigrants favorably self-selected? An economic analysis. In: Brettell, C. D., Hollifield, J. F. [eds.]: Migration theory: talking across the disciplines. (pp. 52–75). New York, Routledge. CLARKE, S. (2002): Making ends meet in contemporary

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Katarzyna Stabryła-Chudzio

Agenda on Migration, Communication to the European Parliament, the European Council and the Council, COM(2015) 490 final, Brussels. European Commission (2015c). Assessment of the Social Impact of the new Stability Support Programme for Greece, Commission Staff Working Document, SWD(2015) 162 final, Brussels. European Commission (2015d). On steps towards completing the Economic and Monetary Union, Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council and the European Central Bank, COM(2015) 600 final, Brussels

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Jānis Viesturs, Iveta Puķīte, Jānis Vanags and Irakli Nikuradze

and Operations Management, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, March 8-10, 2016. Kuala Lumpur (pp. 851-862). ISBN 9780985549749. ISSN 2169-8767 Legislation of the Republic of Latvia. Immigration Law (2003). Retrieved from https://likumi.lv/doc.php?id=68522 Lazarus, M. L. (1987). An Historical Analysis of Alien Land Law: Washington Territory and State. University of Puget Sound Law Review, 12:197. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu Office of Citizenship and Migration Affairs of Latvia. (n. d

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Simona-Andreea Apostu

an open-economy optimizing model. Journal of Monetary Economics, 43(3), 553-578. Otoiu, A. (2014). Getting your Migration Analysis Together by Integrating Internal and International Migration. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 149, 685-690. Popescu, G., Nica, E. (2006). The real - nominal interaction in the dynamics of the Romanian economy. AGER Magazine, 496, 108-111. Rey, H. (2015). Dilemma not Trilemma: The global Financial Cycle and Monetary Policy Independence. NBER Working, Paper No. 21162

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Radim Blaheta, Bryn Greer-Wootten and Bohumil Frantál

-WOOTTEN, B. (1972): Metropolitan Regional Analysis. In: Board, C. et al. [eds.]: Progress in Geography, 4 (pp. 255–299). London, Edward Arnold. GREER-WOOTTEN. B. (1972): Changing Social Areas and the Intra-urban Migration Process. La Revue de Géographie de Montréal, 26(3): 271–292. GREER-WOOTTEN, B., GILMOUR, G. M. (1972): Distance and Directional Bias in Migration Patterns in Depreciating Metropolitan Areas. Geographical Analysis, 4(1): 92–97. GREER-WOOTTEN, B., MITSON, L. (1976): Nuclear Power and the Canadian Public. A National and Regional Assessment

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Pavel Klapka, Martin Erlebach, Ondřej Král, Michal Lehnert and Tomáš Mička

. BEZÁK, A. (2000): Interregional migration in Slovakia: some tests of spatial interaction models. Geografický časopis, Vol. 52, No. 1, p. 15-32. BIRKIN, M., CLARKE, G. P., CLARKE, M. (2002): Retail Geography and Intelligent Network Planning. Wiley, Chichester, 284 pp. BLUM, B. S., GOLDFARB, A. (2006): Does the internet defy the law of gravity? Journal of International Economics Vol. 70, No. 2, p. 384-405. CHEN, Y. (2009): Urban gravity model based on cross-correlation function and Fourier analyses of spatio

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Artur Klimek

potential competitors); presence of other firms (information about business attractiveness); quality of education and R&D infrastructure (information on the quality of human capital in a region); and migrations (attractiveness of a region to local and foreign workers). The optimal way to investigate it is to apply a discrete choice model, estimated using firm-level data. We also followed this pattern, and the empirical method used in this paper is the NBR. This is one of the methods applied for count-dependent variables. It uses the Poisson regression approach but