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Determinants of the Migration Decision from Romania

Andreea-Oana Enache ()
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Andreea-Oana Enache: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy

Global Economic Observer, 2022, vol. 10, issue 1, 139-144

Abstract: The economic and social changes in the world have brought significant changes to the demographic phenomena of the last 40 years, the countries most affected by these changes being the ex-communist countries. Forms of migration are often perceived as a measure of the weighting of large-scale demographic effects, reducing the rate of aging worldwide. However, the idea of cultural diversity is not easy to manage, as migrants may not be able to adapt to living conditions in their destination countries. Globally, the illegal migration phenomenon is discouraged by the provision of multiple accommodation facilities in the host country, for immigrants, attracting highly qualified people, who can be easily integrated into the labor market and local communities in the destination country. As a result of these developments, the demographic outlook for Romania is not the most optimistic, so several experts estimate dramatic future developments for the country's population. The determinants of migration can be of several types, and in this paper will be considered the individual actions of analysis of migrants.

Keywords: migration; emigrants; immigrants; earning; registered unemployed; econometric estimation; hypothesis testing (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B22 B23 F20 F22 F24 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022-06
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