Migration, remittances and the current economic crisis: implications for Central and Eastern Europe
No 42, Memoranda - Policy Papers from Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (Institute for East and Southeast European Studies)
In recent years labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe has increased, resulting in a comparatively stable and high inflow of remittances into these countries. This briefing explores how the current economic crisis impacts on the development of migration and remittance flows into EU-10 and CIS countries. There is evidence for a reduction of migration movements in the short run and a likely decrease of remittance flows into this region.
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