In Conversation: Marco Eimermann on ‘Dipping Into the North’

Remote rural communities and the shifting global economy of mobility and extraction The following is an interview with Marco Eimermann, Assistant Professor of Geography at Umeå University in Northern Sweden. He has been working on Dutch lifestyle migration to Sweden for over a decade, work that has resulted in the collaborative collection with Dean Carson … Continue reading In Conversation: Marco Eimermann on ‘Dipping Into the North’

New article by LM Hub member

A new article based on lifestyle migration research is published in the journal Mobilities. The full reference is: Marco Eimermann (2014): Flying Dutchmen? Return Reasoning Among Dutch Lifestyle Migrants in Rural Sweden, Mobilities, DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2014.980128 Abstract: This article aims to examine return reasoning among Dutch lifestyle migrant families in Hällefors, rural Sweden. It addresses two … Continue reading New article by LM Hub member

Lifestyle migration to the North

By Marco Eimermann Recently, an article on Dutch lifestyle migration to rural Sweden was published in Population Space and Place. The abstract is posted here: Lifestyle migration is part of an ongoing quest for a better way of life. More or less affluent migrants moving to a destination with a perceived better climate are studied in … Continue reading Lifestyle migration to the North