This section answers how can regions be grouped according to their relatedness. By means of a cluster analysis, different regional typologies are identified able to group regions with similar levels of centrality and connectivity according to 5 groups. These typologies are obtained from the results of the key indicators above, based on both the destination region (inflows) and the origin region (outflows).
Regarding the outgoing intra-ESPON remittances flows cluster A (outgoing remittances ESPON-wide hubs) contains the topmost absolute and net remittances senders, cluster B (outgoing remittances national-wide hubs) contains the topmost linked and national remittances senders, cluster C (outgoing remittances ESPON-wide relative hubs) contains the topmost relative remittances senders, cluster D (outgoing remittances dependents) contains the topmost dependent remittances senders, and cluster E (outgoing remittances in-dependents) contains the bottommost dependent, absolute, net, and relative remittances senders.
Theme(s): Economy, finance and trade - Economy, Finance and Trade