Human migration from the Kyrgyz Republic to Russia: socio-economic consequences
Journal "Region: Economics and Sociology", 2009, vol. 2
The paper considers the contemporary processes of human migration from the Kyrgyz Republic to Russia and the socio-economic consequences for these countries. As for the Kyrgyz Republic, the paper shows the negative and positive social and political consequences of the Russian-speaking people out-migration. The conclusion is that the labor migration, especially that of a titular ethnic group, is considered advantageous for both the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian regions accepting immigrants for lack of labor resources.
Keywords: labor migration; migration processes; assessment; socio-economic consequences; Kyrgyz Republic; Russia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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