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THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF LABOUR MIGRATION

Abstrakt:

According to recent ILO estimates, there are 150.3 million migrant workers in the world. Employment – or whether migrants are working or not – is the most important determinant of their fiscal impact. Immigrants account for much of the increase in the size of the workforce; they fill important niches both in fast-growing and rapidly declining sectors of the economy. The aim of this paper is to survey empirical studies on the economic effects in the areas of labour migration. The paper is based on the conceptual analysis and conclusions drawn from the literature on the general review of controlling-related papers. Secondary data sources were processed from ILO, OECD and content analysis of scientific papers which focus on economic effects of labour migration. There are many different ways to measure the fiscal impact of immigration and all methods and approaches rely heavily on debatable assumptions and modelling choices that can significantly change the results.

Autor: Helena KAJANOVÁ

Vydanie: 2017/4     Strany: 28-35     Klasifikácia JEL: F22, F62, F61

Kľúčové slová: Labour migration, economic effects, remittance

Sekcia: SOCIAL CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMY, LABOR MARKET AND HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

Kontakty:
Ing. Helena Kajanová, PhD.
Department of Management and Human Resource Development,
Faculty of Social and Economic Relations,
University of Alexander Dubchek in Trencin,
Študentská 3, 911 50 Trencin,
Slovakia
e-mail: helena.kajanova@tnuni.sk


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