The CHilean Internal Migration (CHIM) database: Temporally consistent spatial data for the analysis of human mobility
AbstractChanges in zonal boundaries and coding schemes severely compromise temporal comparison of data. In Chile, the Population and Housing census is the only comprehensive source of internal migration data, but municipal boundaries and occupation and industry sector coding schemes have undergone various changes which hamper the temporal comparability of census data. This paper presents the CHilean Internal Migration database developed by Rowe and Bell (2013) which provides a temporally consistent framework for the analysis of internal migration over a period covering twenty-five years from 1977 to 2002. Specifically, it offers a hierarchical system of 304 municipalities, 51 provinces and 13 regions, and 10 occupational groups and 11 industrial sectors which are temporally consistent over the 1977-82, 1987-92 and 1997-2002 census intervals. The database can be downloaded from: https://s3.amazonaws.com/geoda/data/CHIM.zip.
Bianchini, R., Feeney, G., & Singh, R. (2013). Report of the International Commission on the 2012 Population and Housing Census of Chile, Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas.
Bravo D, Larrañaga O, Millán I, Ruiz M, Zamorano F (2013). Informe final comisIón externa revisora del censo 2012, Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas.
Casado-Díaz JM, Martínez-Bernabéu L, and Rowe F (2017) An evolutionary approach to the delimitation of labour market areas: an empirical application for Chile. Spatial Economic Analysis, 1–25.
Dresdner J, Sanhueza C (2009) Estimación de series de salarios regionales. Estudios de Economía 36(2): 243-261.
Kontuly T, Geyer H (2005) Lessons learned from testing the differential urbanisation model. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 94:124-128.
Prado M, Gatica R, Letelier J (2002) Las exportaciones regionales de Chile en la perspectiva de la globalización: Período 1990-2000. Tech. rep., MIDEPLAN, Santiago. Chile.
Rowe F, (2013) Spatial labour mobility in a transition economy: Migration and commuting in Chile PhD Thesis, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland.
Rowe F, (2014) Micro and macro drivers of long-distance commuting in Chile: The role of spatial distribution of economic activities and population. 53rd Western Regional Science Association. San Diego, United States, 1–35.
Rowe F, & Bell M (2013) Creating an integrated database for the analysis of spatial mobility in Chile (Working Paper 02/2013). Queensland Centre for Population Research, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Rowe F, & Bell M (forthcoming) The drivers of long-distance commuting in Chile: The role of spatial distribution of economic activities and population. In J. Poot & M. Roskruge (Eds.), Regional science perspectives on population change and impacts in Asia and the Pacific. Springer.
Copyright (c) 2017 Francisco Rowe
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
REGION is an open journal, and uses the standard Creative Commons license: Copyright We want authors to retain the maximum control over their work consistent with the first goal. For this reason, authors who publish in REGION will release their articles under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license. This license allows anyone to copy and distribute the article for non-commercial purposes provided that appropriate attribution is given to REGION and the authors. For details of the rights authors grant users of their work, see the "human-readable summary" of the license, with a link to the full license. (Note that "you" refers to a user, not an author, in the summary.) Upon submission, the authors agree that the following three items are true: 1) The manuscript named above: a) represents valid work and neither it nor any other that I have written with substantially similar content has been published before in any form except as a preprint, b) is not concurrently submitted to another publication, and c) does not infringe anyone’s copyright. The Author(s) holds ERSA, WU, REGION, and the Editors of REGION harmless against all copyright claims. d) I have, or a coauthor has, had sufficient access to the data to verify the manuscript’s scientific integrity. 2) If asked, I will provide or fully cooperate in providing the data on which the manuscript is based so the editors or their assignees can examine it (where possible) 3) For papers with more than one author, I as the submitter have the permission of the coauthors to submit this work, and all authors agree that the corresponding author will be the main correspondent with the editorial office, and review the edited manuscript and proof. If there is only one author, I will be the corresponding author and agree to handle these responsibilities.