Selective internal migration. Does it explain Glasgow’s worsening mortality record?

Popham, F., Boyle, P., O'Reilly, D. & Leyland, A. (2009) SLS Research Working Paper 5. Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland: Edinburgh/St Andrews, 16 December 2009. [SLS]

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Glasgow is one the least healthy cities in Europe. The mortality difference between Glasgow and the rest of Scotland has been increasing and mortality rates are higher than Glasgow’s excess deprivation would suggest (the ‘Glasgow Effect’). One plausible explanation for this excess is selective migration. ...

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