Migrations and Macroeconomic Processes in Post-socialist Russia: Regional Aspect
Korel Lyudmila () and
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The project centers on the effect of macroeconomics factors on inter-regional migration in Russian, using regression analysis and discriminant analysis. The motivation focuses on understanding migration in order to choose appropriate policies to influence it. The key question is whether the emerging pattern of migration provides evidence that a pro-market (labor market) mechanism is emerging. The authors hope to differentiate market-motivated migration from "catastrophic" migration such as flight from Chechnya or emigration after the Sakhalin earthquake.
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