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The New Migration Flow an Analysis of Economic Factors of Poland and Spain

Antonio Mihi-Ramirez ()
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Antonio Mihi-Ramirez: University of Granada, Spain

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Equilibrium, 2013, vol. 8, Issue 2, pages 1170127

Abstract: This paper has been focused on the migration flow changes due to the economic factors, comparing differences and similitudes of two European countries with different migration antecedents and circumstances. Thus, Spain has been a traditional host country for economic migrants and Poland has been traditionally considered a sending or transit country, but after the economic collapse these roles have changed and Spain is involved in a severe economic downturn meanwhile Poland has continued to grow economically, therefore it has supposed several changes on the attractiveness of these countries from the perspective of migration. Through the analysis and comparison of international statistics about economic factors for migration this research has examined the evolution, effects and extension of current changes on migration flow of two countries of Europe with different economic situation that is affecting their future migration tendencies. The results have shown that 1) Changes on the economics factors are immediately reflected on the migration flow; 2) the deterioration of these factors in Spain has changed its status as destination country to a country with increasing emigration 3) opposite circumstances have declined the higher migration of Poland, but further investment in Research and Development should be necessary to maintain the economic development.

Keywords: International migration; economic migration; migration economic factors; international economics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F22 F63 M00 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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