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GONZALEZ-BECERRIL, Juan Gabino  and  SANDOVAL-FORERO, Eduardo Andrés. Contextual factors of return migration to the municipalities of the metropolitan areas of the State of Mexico 2010-2015. Pap. poblac [online]. 2019, vol.25, n.100, pp.245-271.  Epub June 19, 2020. ISSN 2448-7147.

This text aims to show the orientation of return migration to the State of Mexico, mainly from the United States between 2010 and 2015. This seeks to prove that migration intensity plays a fundamental role in the orientation of return migration to municipalities metropolitan, and not so towards rural municipalities that are also determined by the level of poverty and marginalization. To support our argument, data from the 2010-2015 CONAPO municipal marginalization index, the poverty information estimated by CONEVAL also at the municipal level and the Marginalization Index (2010-2015) estimated by CONAPO were used at the same time We support these results with the multiple correspondence model to test the grouping of return migration at the municipal level.

Keywords : Return migration; migratory intensity; poverty; marginalization; multiple correspondence.

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