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The contrasting importance of quality of life and quality of business for domestic and international migrants: Executive Summary

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This paper examines the flow of migrants to, from, and within New Zealand.

It tests whether where migrants choose to live is influenced by quality of life or quality of business. Migrants are defined as ‘domestic’ if they were in New Zealand five years prior (regardless of their official immigration or citizenship status) and ‘international’ if they were not in New Zealand five years prior. The international category both includes migrants who were new to New Zealand and New Zealanders returning home after living overseas.

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