The economic and demographic effects of labour migration in the EU eastern partners and Russia

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Author: Kupets, Olga

Abstract:

This paper summarises the findings of country studies on the main economic and demographic effects of labour migration in the [European Union] EU eastern partners and Russia. The major positive effect of labour migration in the sending countries is that it provides temporary relief on domestic labour markets and helps reduce unemployment, particularly in economically-deprived areas. An inflow of labour migrants from other countries helps address existing skill shortages and finance pay-as-you-go pension schemes that are coming under considerable pressure because of population ageing. But...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Labour market; Economics; Demographics; Employment; Skills and knowledge; Migration

Keywords: Labour mobility; Economic impact; Skill shortage

Geographic subjects: Europe; Russia; Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Georgia (Republic); Moldova; Ukraine

Published: Fiesole, Italy: European University Institute, 2012

Physical description: 21 p.

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http://cadmus.eui.eu/bitstream/handle/1814/24869/CARIM-East_RR-2012-26.pdf?sequence=1

Series: CARIM-East research report; no. 2012/26

Also called: The economic and demographic effects of labour migration in the European Union eastern partners and Russia

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 111.140

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