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Migrationen in der Ukraine : Hintergründe und Trends (Ergebnisse einer Haushaltsbefragung)

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  • Barbara Dietz

    () (Osteuropa-Institut, Regensburg (Institut for East European Studies))

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Die unabhängige Ukraine ist seit einigen Jahren zu einem Sendeland von Arbeitsmigranten geworden. Verantwortlich für die neuen, überwiegend kurzfristigen und zirkulären Wanderungen sind die wirtschaftlichen Probleme im Land. Gestützt auf eine Haushaltsbefragung beleuchtet dieser Bericht, welche Migrationsmuster die aktuellen Arbeitsmigrationen kennzeichnen und wie sich Migranten in der Ukraine von Personen unterscheiden, die nicht gewandert sind.

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  • Barbara Dietz, 2007. "Migrationen in der Ukraine : Hintergründe und Trends (Ergebnisse einer Haushaltsbefragung)," Memoranda - Policy Papers 29, Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (Institute for East and Southeast European Studies).
  • Handle: RePEc:ost:memopp:29
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