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Title: Multifactorial econometric model of the effectiveness of interstate migration growth
Authors: Demianchuk, Maryna A.
Дем'янчук, Марина Афанасіївна
Демьянчук, Марина Афанасьевна
Citation: Proceedings of the 1st International Scientific Conference "EASTERN EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS" (May 24, 2019) / Editors: Lidija Weis, Viktor Koval. - Ljubljana, Slovenia. - 2019.
Issue Date: 2019
Keywords: global intensification of migration processes
the positive migration potential
Ukraine
Ukrainian nation
Abstract: The world is experiencing a global intensification of migration processes in which the population is actively involved. In such conditions, there is an increasing need of effective state regulation and forecasting in this field, which is a precondition of the use of the positive migration potential for the development of the economy and its individual regions. According to Ukraine adopted the strategy of the state migration policy of Ukraine, the main purpose of which is to direct the efforts of the state and society to the formation and implementation of the state migration policy, which would have a positive impact on the consolidation of the Ukrainian nation and the security of the state, accelerate socio-economic development, contributed to the slowdown of depopulation, stabilization of quantitative and qualitative composition of the population, meeting the needs of the economy in the workforce, consistent with the international standards and international obligations of Ukraine. According to the process results, the main indicators that affect the inter-state migration growth is the population of the country, the average life expectancy, average monthly salary, GDP per person and the volume of private transfers into the country.
URI: http://dspace.onu.edu.ua:8080/handle/123456789/24753
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