Labor Migration from Neighboring Countries: National Contingents in the Regions of Russia

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Labor Migration from Neighboring Countries: National Contingents in the Regions of Russia
// Russia and New States of Eurasia. 2021. No IV (LIII). P. 200-220

DOI: 10.20542/2073-4786-2021-4-200-220

Abstract

The paper considers the problem of labor migrants from the CIS countries distribution in the regions of Russia. The relevance of this migration situation aspect is determined by its connection with the general state of the domestic labor market, the imbalances existing here, the lack of necessary regulation of the foreign labor demand and supply. It’s extremely important to understand this situation from the point of view of the need for adaptation and integration of migrants. The analysis showed that the national contingents of visa-free labor migrants are extremely unevenly distributed across the regions of the country. During the pandemic, the total number of foreigners in Russia decreased significantly, while the structure and direction of flows remained practically unchanged. A significant obstacle to the analysis is gaps in statistics, inconsistencies between individual blocks of indicators and their sources.


Keywords

visa-free labor migration, CIS, EAEU, national contingents of migrants, regional distribution of migrants


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For citation:
Komarovskiy V. Labor Migration from Neighboring Countries: National Contingents in the Regions of Russia. Russia and New States of Eurasia, 2021, No IV (LIII), pp. 200-220. https://doi.org/10.20542/2073-4786-2021-4-200-220



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