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Прогнозирование Динамики Внешней Трудовой Миграции На Региональном Уровне


  • Хавинсон Михаил Юрьевич

    (Институт комплексного анализа региональных проблем ДВО РАН (ИКАРП ДВО РАН))

  • Кулаков Матвей Павлович

    (Институт комплексного анализа региональных проблем ДВО РАН (ИКАРП ДВО РАН))

  • Мищук Светлана Николаевна

    (Институт комплексного анализа региональных проблем ДВО РАН (ИКАРП ДВО РАН))


В статье анализируется динамика иностранной рабочей силы в Дальневосточном федеральном округе и роль международных трудовых мигрантов в развитии экономики Еврейской автономной области. Предложена математическая модель взаимодействия экономически активного населения и иностранной рабочей силы на региональном рынке труда.

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  • Хавинсон Михаил Юрьевич & Кулаков Матвей Павлович & Мищук Светлана Николаевна, 2013. "Прогнозирование Динамики Внешней Трудовой Миграции На Региональном Уровне," Studies on Russian Economic Development Проблемы прогнозирования, CyberLeninka;Федеральное государственное бюджетное учреждение науки Институт народнохозяйственного прогнозирования Российской академии наук, issue 2, pages 99-111.
  • Handle: RePEc:scn:009162:14551630

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    1. Andreev, Vsevolod & Lukiyanova, Violetta & Kadyshev, Evgenii, 2017. "Analysis of people territorial distribution in regions of the Volga Federal District on the base of Zipf and Gibrat laws," Applied Econometrics, Publishing House "SINERGIA PRESS", vol. 48, pages 97-121.

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