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3405.0.55.001 - Discussion Paper: Assessment of Methods for Developing Experimental Historical Estimates for Regional Internal Migration, Dec 2011  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/12/2011  First Issue
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Includes: Policy Background, The Potential of Regional Internal Migration Estimates, Population Estimates and Components of Population Change, Regional Migration in Context
Current Sources of Internal Migration Estimates
Includes: Current Sources of Internal Migration Estimates, ABS Analysis, Non-ABS Analysis Conducted in Australia, International Studies of Internal Migration Estimation - Methods and Sources
Data sources and methods
Includes: Medicare, Defence, Combining Medicare and Defence Force Data, Converting from Postcode-based Data, Converting from Postcode-based Data - Data Quality, Reconciling to State/Territory Estimates
Experimental Estimates
Includes: Experimental Estimates, Comparison of 2005-06 Internal Migration Estimates and 2006 Census Numbers, Arrivals and Departures, Geographic Level, Age/Sex Analysis, Time Series, Missed Movers Index (MMI), Concordance Confidence Index (CCI), Reconciling to State/Territory Estimates, Data Confidentiality
Includes: Summary
Future Directions
Includes: Future Directions, Further Information
Consultation Process
Includes: Consultation Process, Issues for Consideration, Written Submissions

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