Costs and benefits of the international labor migration
Migration has been an important part of the transition process and it's effects are complex including significant changes in attitudes and norms that are relevant for democratic processes. Migration changes the way of life, leads to social-economical and cultural modification, at a continuous readjustment of social organization and assimilation and rejection problems.The amplitude and intensity of migrating fluxes, its dynamic as well as the peculiarity of migrating persons (social level, professional preparation, age, sex) is different according with the scope of migration ( work, obliged change of home, refugee, making or gathering the family).
Volume (Year): 5 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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