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Monika Jandová and Tomáš Paleta

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Dragutin Vurnek, Andrea Bengez and Matej Perkov

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Tünde Patay

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Mariusz E. Sokołowicz and Ihor Lishchynskyy

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Anna Organiściak-Krzykowska

References Boswell C. (2016), Migration: would limiting the free movement of labour be good or bad? [in:] C. Jeffery, R. Perman (eds.) Britain’s Decision: Facts and Impartial Analysis for the EU referendum on 23 June 2016. The David Hume Institute, Edinburgh. Castles S., Miller M.J. (2009), Age of Migration. International Population Movements in the Modern World, Palgrave Macmillan. Cassarino J.P. (2004), Theorising Return Migration: The Conceptual Approach to Return Migrants Revisited, ʽInternational Journal of

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Antonio Mihi-Ramírez, Yolanda García Rodríguez and Dominik Metelski

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Mikołaj Herbst, Paweł Kaczmarczyk and Piotr Wójcik

1 Introduction The goal of this paper is to better understand the drivers of interregional migration of well-educated individuals. Human capital is commonly considered as an important factor of economic growth. Economic theory assumes that human capital affects growth by influencing labour productivity ( Lucas 1988 ) and by determining the ability of the economy to innovate ( Nelson and Phelps 1966 ). Numerous empirical research studies have confirmed the positive effect of human capital stock and its quality on growth rates at both country and regional level

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Karolina Lewandowska-Gwarda

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Michał Schwabe

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Michał Ziółkowski

. Werk 3–4. Feldstein M.S., (2011), Te Euro and European Economic Conditions, NBER Working Paper 17617, Cambridge (http://www.nber.org/papers/w17617.pdf?new_window=1, accessed: 01-08-2013). Gáková Z., Dijkstra L., (2008), Labour mobility between the regions of the EU-27 and a comparison with the USA, “Regional Focus”, Directorate -General for Regional Policy, No. 2. Kaplan G., Schulhofer -Wohl S., (2011), Interstate Migration Has Fallen Less Tan You Tink: Consequences of Hot Deck Imputation in the Current Population Survey, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis