Evolutions Of Remittance Flow During The Economic-Financial Crisis
AbstractThe global financial markets crisis that hit the world economy at the middle of 2008 affected the global economy as a whole, but had also a major impact over the workforce markets in the European countries and by default over the remittance volume achieved by emigrants. The migration phenomenon has seen a decrease process, however differently, according to various geographic areas. The present work intends to achieve a brief analysis of the migration phenomenon under the financial crisis impact in certain European Union countries during 2007-2010. The recession at European level also determined for 2009 a decrease of remittance flows. The work presents a brief evolution of the remittance flow in certain countries from Central and Eastern Europe.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Athenaeum University of Bucharest in its journal Internal Auditing and Risk Management.
Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 6(21) (March)
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emigrants; immigrants; remittances; crisis;
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