ROMANIAN MIGRATION BEFORE AND AFTER THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Elena Raluca Cristian (),
Alexandra Irina Dănciulescu () and
Anda Veronica Dan ()
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Elena Raluca Cristian: Romanian American University in Bucharest
Alexandra Irina Dănciulescu: Romanian American University in Bucharest
Anda Veronica Dan: Romanian American University in Bucharest
Romanian Economic Business Review, 2022, vol. 17, issue 1, 12-22
The migration phenomenon is a very complex one, with multiple causes, positive as well as negative effects for the countries and migrants involved in this process. Migration must be approached from a political, social, cultural, religious and economic perspective, with the effects of migration having a strong impact on the national and world labour market for all states involved in this process. Metaphorically, the political and social classes of the countries that received a significant influx of immigrants perceived them as a "lifeboat" in a new stage of rebuilding the economies of the world's states. Literature shows that there is a direct, positive and strong correlation in terms of emigrant education everywhere and long- and medium-term economic growth in the migrant's country of origin. That said, there is a cause-and-effect relationship between the immigrant's motivation and the economic and social effects felt for the country of origin of the person in question. All economies of the world feel the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic of the last two, the effects being the result of a health crisis with strong reverberations on all sectors of the economy, especially causing distortions in the labour market and labour mobility.
Keywords: internal migration; labour force; Romanian migrants; COVID 19 pandemic (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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