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This paper tests the empirical validity of the neoclassical migration model in predicting German internal migration fl ows. We estimate static and dynamic migration functions for 97 Spatial Planning Regions between 1996 and 2006 using key labor market signals including income and unemployment diff erences among a broader set of explanatory variables. Besides an aggregate specifi cation we also estimate the model for agegroup related subsamples. Our results give empirical support for the maindoi:10.2139/ssrn.1722642 fatcat:dddizocmzrfbpdmzzh3c7dwvjy