The Migration of the Romanian Citizens „Defies” the Economic Crisis
Migration affects the active population of a country, entrepreneurs, companies and political class equally; there are both negative and positive effects for both origin and host country. The factors that influence the migrationist phenomenon are social, psychological, cultural factors, having a significant impact on the „economic life” of a country. The effects of the economic crisis did not discourage too much the migration of Romanian citizens, though that lately the phenomenon had a much lower intensity than in 2008, even if the latest forecasts and statistics considered that this phenomenon would be completely stopped under the current circumstances. Romanian citizens, though that lately the phenomenon had a much lower intensity than in 2008, even if the latest forecasts and statistics considered that this phenomenon would be completely stopped under the current circumstances.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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