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Volume 4
Issue 1
Online publication date 2010-02-10
Title Theoretical aspects of studying the migration processes
Author Dilfuza Rasulova
Abstract In conditions of continuous growth of population in Uzbekistan the issue of managing the labor migration processes is becoming more important. Effective coordination of migration processes requires comprehensive study of theory and methodology of labour migration, particularly considering cases of transition countries. The paper considers some theoretic concepts that seem important for understanding the mechanism of migration princesses, suggests practical recommendations for the associated decision-making.
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Keywords Labor-market, international migration of labor force, hard-working migrant, employment, remittances.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/pieb.2010.23
Pages 86-87
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