How migration, human capital and the labour market interact in Montenegro

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Author: Golubovic, Vojin

Abstract:

The countries of the Western Balkans are characterised by declining populations driven by low birth rates, ageing populations and ongoing migration. Emigration from the region has been constant since the 1990s. It has evolved from irregular low- to medium-skilled labour migration to regular family reunification, mobility of international students and, more recently, high-skilled labour migration. In 2020, the European Training Foundation (ETF) and the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) launched a regional study with the aim of shedding light on the triangular...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Migration; Skills and knowledge; Labour market; Outcomes

Keywords: Emigration; Immigration; Skilled migration; Human capital; Skill shortage; Education and training system; Education work relationship; Training employment relationship; Relevance of education and training; Labour mobility; Trend; Recommendations; Policy implications

Geographic subjects: Montenegro; Europe

Published: Turin, Italy: European Training Foundation, 2021

Physical description: 49 p.

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https://www.etf.europa.eu/en/publications-and-resources/publications/how-migration-human-capital-and-labour-market-interact-3

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 145.226

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