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Macrostabilization of the Migration Phenomenon

Cristina Burghelea (), Anda Gheorghiu (), Cristiana Tindeche (), Anca Gheorghiu () and Nicolae Mihailescu ()
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Cristina Burghelea: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
Anda Gheorghiu: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
Cristiana Tindeche: UASMVB of Bucharest, Romania
Nicolae Mihailescu: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania

Hyperion Economic Journal, 2014, vol. 2, issue 1, 18-25

Abstract: MacLabour migration is a present phenomenon in the European Union. This phenomenon takes over the entire European continent, but especially in the EU countries. The labor market in Europe is increasingly affected by population aging. Economic differences between European countries make workforce in developing countries to move to developed countries where they find it easier to work and receive higher remuneration than in their home countries. This article tracks labor migration from/to EU, employment in Romania and Romanian migration towards the countries of Western Europe. It also presents statistics on labor migration in the EU and its impact on the labor market

Keywords: labor market; the phenomenon of migration; economic stability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E44 J10 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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