Экономико-Демографическая Роль Миграции В Глобальном Мире И Перспективы России
[Migration in the global world: economical and demographical roles and prospects for Russia]
The author of this paper has taken to the econometric analysis of the ROSSTAT and World Bank data to answer the following questions: (1) Provided that age structure of the population is influenced by migration, can migration influence upon living standards too, and to what extend? (2) What factors determine the volumes and direction of the world migration flows? (3) For what reasons net migration to Russia from various post-Soviet countries is that different? (4) What are the prospects of net migration to Russia? (5) What kind of migration policy does Russia need?
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|Publication status:||Published in Международная миграция населения: вызовы глобализации. Научная серия: Международная миграция населения: Россия и современный мир 978–5-7218-1009-1.24(2011): pp. 53-62|
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