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Evolutions Of Remittance Flow During The Economic-Financial Crisis

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  • Mariana BALAN


    (Athenaeum University of Bucharest)

  • Liliana SIMIONESCU


    (Athenaeum University of Bucharest)



    (Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest)

The 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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Article provided by Athenaeum University of Bucharest in its journal Internal Auditing and Risk Management.

Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 6(21) (March)
Pages: 69-80

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Handle: RePEc:ath:journl:tome:21:y:2011(vi):i:6(21):p:69-80
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