return migration is a desirable phenomenon that has been of great importance to planners in recent decades, due to its favorable socio-economic and spatial-spatial consequences. The purpose of this study is evaluate the status of return migration in rural areas around Zahedan.
The present paper is applied in terms of purpose and descriptive-analytical in terms of method. For data gathering, field method was used by expert’s questionnaire. The sample community includes trustees, and village councilors. Return migration status evaluate by MOORA, regression and correlation model.
The results of the relative comparison of the villages around Zahedan in terms of return migration show that the village of Manzalab, Chanali, Khirabad low respectively. They had the best reverse immigration situation. The result of regression model showed that 6 components predict 62% of reverse migration changes. According to the results of the regression, the institutional and then economic and human factors are the main drivers of migration. indicators such as preparation, implementation, deprivation and employment plans by rural authorities, relative value of rural consumer inputs, quality of virtual communications. And ease of access to information, efficiency of local authorities in attracting public funding and development of rural infrastructure, and cost-benefit had the highest Beta coefficient.
Reverse migration to villages around Zahedan is happening at a different rate and the continuation and reinforcement of this process requires good planning to improve the institutional quality, efficiency of the authorities and to provide the basic infrastructure of the villages.
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