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Scottish Graduate Migration and Retention: A Case Study of the University of Edinburgh 2000 Cohort

Published 1 January 2006 / By Katharine Charsley, Ross Bond, Sue Grundy

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Introduction

The project is part of a wider research programme of six projects co-funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and the Scottish Executive. The programme aims to explore the key demographic trends and challenges which Scotland currently faces. The projected decline and ageing of Scotland’s population in the coming decades has important economic and social implications which require to be addressed by policymakers. Increasing fertility and net migration are both likely to have an important role to play in addressing this challenge.

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