THE AGE OF MASS MIGRATION : WHAT WE CAN AND CAN ’ T EXPLAIN by

@inproceedings{Hatton2003THEAO,
  title={THE AGE OF MASS MIGRATION : WHAT WE CAN AND CAN ’ T EXPLAIN by},
  author={Timothy J. Hatton},
  year={2003}
}
Acknowledgements: This paper originated as a presentation given at the conference on " Migration and Mobility: The European Context " at Kingston University on 26-27 April 1999. It is based almost entirely on material from Hatton and Williamson (1998). I am grateful to Jeff Williamson for allowing me to reproduce the results of our joint work and to our publishers, Oxford University Press. Any errors of interpretation are mine alone. 

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