Migrantes de retiro en España: Estilos de vida multilocales y patrones de integración

Autor(es): Joaquín Rodes García, Vicente Rodríguez Rodríguez

Resumen

Este trabajo analiza la multilocalidad como un patrón específico de integración entre los migrantes de retiro. El estudio realizado muestra cómo la búsqueda de la calidad de vida lleva a los retirados a utilizar diferentes viviendas, ubicadas en el país de origen y/o de destino. Los resultados de la investigación cuantitativa y cualitativa señalan que la vivienda en origen es un factor clave para explicar el estilo de vida de los migrantes y su integración social en España. Además, el comportamiento multilocal es heterogéneo, condicionado por características sociodemográficas de los retirados como la nacionalidad y los ingresos del hogar.

 

Factors Associated with the Probability of Entrepreneurship in Colombian Migrant Returnees

Abstract

In this paper, we identify possible factors associated with the fact that a Colombian returned becomes an entrepreneur. The Colombia’s 2012 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) data was used and Binary regression models were fitted. The probability of being an entrepreneur after returning to the country is associated with: have a role model, the individuals’ perception about their own capabilities and skills, the educational level, saving during the time living abroad, and making contact with people which may be partners or suppliers in Colombia. Other studies to deepen into the factors associated with the entrepreneurship would be carried.

Keywords

retirement migration; multilocality; lifestyle; social integration; Spain.


Palabras clave

migración de retiro; multilocalidad; estilo de vida; integración social; España


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