Population Mobility Model & Floating Growth Spatial Types and Their Influencing Factors in Southwest China
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Xiangyun Dong, Xiaohan Jiang
As a social and economic phenomenon, population mobility is an important indicator of the continuous advancement of urbanization and modernization; it is not only an ineviTable outcome of the market economy, but also has a profound impact on economic and social development. Studying the mobility model, spatial agglomeration characteristics and influencing factors of floating population is of great significance for rationally predicting and planning the future population mobility pattern and promoting the positive interaction between urban and rural areas. On the basis of summarizing and analyzing previous research works, this paper applies spatial autocorrelation test method, exploratory spatial data analysis technology and spatial statistical analysis software to study the population mobility model and population growth spatial type in southwest China and proposes the influential factors of population mobility in this region. The results show that the population in the southwestern region has a positive effect on the migrations of the inter-provincial population mobility and the greater the difference between the population of the outflow and the inflow lands, the greater the intensity of the population mobility between them, that is, There is a potential difference between regions, and the region with a large population has the potential to move to regions with small populations. The study results of this paper provide a reference for further research on population mobility in southwest China.
Population mobility model, Floating growth spatial type, Floating population, Southwest China