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Migration Processes in Russia in 2012

  • Lilia Karachurina

    (Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy)

The State Migration Policy Concept of the Russian Federation through 2025 was adopted in Russia in 2012 after an extended discussion. The Concept is the second one in the Russian modern history. The first one – The Migration Process Regulation Concept of the Russian Federation – was issued in 2003 but failed to be implemented both due to the fact that “the rigor of the laws is commonly mitigated by non-compliance therewith in Russia” and some of the provisions of the above document were rendered a priori impossible and its analytical quality was found to be hit-or-miss.

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Paper provided by Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy in its series Published Papers with number 160.

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: 2013
Date of revision: 2013
Publication status: Published Paper Series
Handle: RePEc:gai:ppaper:160
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