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ISBN:  978-0-9860419-7-6
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29th IBIMA Conference
Vienna, Austria
3 - 4 May 2017 


   




             

Cristina Raluca GH. Popescu ,Gheorghe N. Popescu and Veronica Adriana A. V. Popescu

   

       

                                                                                                                                                                           

The scientific research paper entitled “International migration, attempting to create a better world – a case study on Romania’s situation” takes into consideration the aspects related to the international migration and the evolution of the labour market outcomes, especially due to the turbulent times that humanity is facing nowadays. Nowadays, international migration represents a challenge to all the countries worldwide, which affects the countries’ pace of growth, the demographic characteristics of the countries, as well as the ratification of legal instruments, rules and regulations, by creating instability threw the environmental and geopolitical shocks. The study starts by presenting the most representative aspects related to the international migration, as well as the economic and social aspects of migration, and continues with a case study on Romania’s situation in order to provide specific long-term solutions and robust strategies to this challenging phenomenon. Moreover, this theme is up-to-date and extremely controversial, these being two main reasons that represented the motivation for choosing this subject. Furthermore, the general idea is to identify the key elements of the international migration phenomenon, in order to generate “win-win situations” for all the implicated parties: the migrants, the countries of origin and the countries of residence, as well as their citizens. This work tackles key elements such as the global impact of migration, the importance of the labour market and its relationship with economic growth and development, the population economics and the patterns of human mobility which become more complex each day, and the recent development migration movements.











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