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Migration of Specialists in the Context of the In-Country Migration of Russians
[Миграция Специалистов На Фоне Внутристрановой Миграции Россиян]

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  • Mkrtchyan, Nikita (Мкртчян, Никита)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

  • Florinskaya, Yulia (Флоринская, Юлия)

    () (Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA))

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It is believed that the existing level of spatial mobility in Russia is low, which negatively affects the country's socio-economic development. At different levels - federal and regional - measures are being taken to help citizens move to other areas, but are they effective? During the focus groups, interviews with managers and migrants, we tried to study the widespread practices of in-country migration, identify the main barriers to it, and formulate measures that would enhance the possibility of free movement of citizens for a better realization of individual human capital.

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  • Mkrtchyan, Nikita (Мкртчян, Никита) & Florinskaya, Yulia (Флоринская, Юлия), 2017. "Migration of Specialists in the Context of the In-Country Migration of Russians [Миграция Специалистов На Фоне Внутристрановой Миграции Россиян]," Working Papers 031714, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
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