Analysis of Net Migration Factors as the Basis for an Optimal Migration Policy
The paper analyzes the net migration to Russia as a result of the population exchange in the post-Soviet countries. We study both temporary migration and relocation to permanent residence. Panel econometric analysis confirmed all author’s theoretical hypotheses including (1) emerging of manpower competition on the post-Soviet territories, (2) negative influence of mortality upon the net migration to Russia, and (3) population ageing in the countries of origin.
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- Massey, Douglas S. & Taylor, J. Edward (ed.), 2004. "International Migration: Prospects and Policies in a Global Market," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780199269006, December.
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