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Modern interregional migration: evidence from Japan and Poland

1 Introduction The history of Polish economy differs strongly from that of Japanese economy. However, data-based analyses prove that in both countries, there is a relationship between the level of income inequalities and migration toward capital zones and, similarly, there is a relationship between income inequalities movement and gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates. This paper aims to present the approach proposed by Crozet [2004] to migration modeling considering the New Economic Geography (NEG) theory. The two countries were chosen to test the

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Is Migration Good for an Economy? A Survey of the Main Economic Effects

References [1] Altonji J.G., Card D., The effects of immigration on the labor market outcomes of less-skilled natives, In: Abowd J.M., Freeman R.B. (Eds.), Immigration, trade and the labor market, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 201-234, 1991. [2] Bhagwati J.N., International migration of the highly skilled: economics, ethics and taxes, Third World Quarterly, 1, 17-30, 1979. [3] Bodvarsson Ö.B., Van den Berg H., The economics of immigration - theory and policy, Springer- Verlag New York, New York, 2013

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Migration and Mobility as a Factor of Sustainable Development in Europe

, Directorate-General External Policies”, https://europa.eu/eyd2015/pl/eu-european-parliament/posts/role-migration-playsspurring-development-should-be-more-widely (access 11.06.2017). 8. Okólski, Marek. 2004. “ Migration and globalization”. In: Globalization from A to Z, edited by, Czarny, E. National Bank of Poland: Warsaw, pp. 200-215. 9. Pawłowski, Artur. 2013. “Sustainable Development and Globalization”. Problems of Sustainable Development, Vol. 8, No. 2, 7-8. 10. Pearce, David. Turner, R. Kerry. 1991. “Economics of Natural

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Migration of Relational Databases to NoSQL - Methods of Analysis

. Gomes, P. F. L. (2011). Migração de aplicações legadas para bases de dados NoSQL. Universidade do Minho. Manyika, J., Chui, M., Brown, B., Bughin, J., Dobbs, R., Roxburgh, C., & Byers, A. H. (2011). Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity. Retrieved January 9, 2016, from https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/digital-mckinsey/our-insights/big-data-the-next-frontier-forinnovation MongoDB. (2015). RDBMS to MongoDB Migration Guide. A MongoDB White Paper, 16. Moniruzzaman, A. B. M

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Internal Return Migration in Rural of Vietnam: Reasons and Consequences

Reference Amcoff, J., & Niedomysl, T. (2015). Is the Tied Returnee Male or Female? The Trailing Spouse Thesis Reconsidered. Population, Space and Place, 21 (8), 872-881. doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.1969 Bélanger, D., & Linh, T. G. (2011). The impact of transnational migration on gender and marriage in sending communities of Vietnam. Current Sociology, 59 (1), 59-77. Bezu, S., & Holden, S. (2014). Are rural youth in Ethiopia abandoning agriculture? World Development, 64 , 259-272. Binh, N. T. T. (2016). The Dynamics of Return

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It Systems Security Management in Migration Process

It Systems Security Management in Migration Process

This paper looks at the issue of IT systems migration as well as problems related to security policy in migration processes. Problem of migration is viewed in a broad context of changes which occur during construction or modernization of an IT system. Migration projects were classified against the background of wide spectrum of informatization strategy issues and sources of threats to information security were pointed out. Also, guidelines for improvement of security in migration process were presented.

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Do Legal Barriers Really Protect the Labor Markets? Empirical Evidence of Polish Migrants after 2004

References Borjas, G.J. (1989), Economic Theory and International Migration, International Migration Review, 23 (3), pp. 457-485. Consolidated Version of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union art. 45, 2008 O.J. C 115/47. Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004. Drinkwater, S. et al. (2009), Poles Apart? EU Enlargement and the Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants in the United Kingdom, International Migration, 47 (1), pp. 161

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Geographic Labor Mobility as an Element of Adjustment Process in the Eurozone Countries and the USA States

. Werk 3–4. Feldstein M.S., (2011), Te Euro and European Economic Conditions, NBER Working Paper 17617, Cambridge (http://www.nber.org/papers/w17617.pdf?new_window=1, accessed: 01-08-2013). Gáková Z., Dijkstra L., (2008), Labour mobility between the regions of the EU-27 and a comparison with the USA, “Regional Focus”, Directorate -General for Regional Policy, No. 2. Kaplan G., Schulhofer -Wohl S., (2011), Interstate Migration Has Fallen Less Tan You Tink: Consequences of Hot Deck Imputation in the Current Population Survey, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

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Legal Position of Family Members in the Context of Family Reunion: Albania Case

References Barjaba: “Migration and Ethnicity in Albania: synergies and Interdependencies” Easton Institute for International Studies, Summer Fall 2004, vol. xi, ISSUE 1, page 231-239. Bërxholi, A.,(2005): Veçoritë e vizualizimit të dinamikës së popullsisë, në: 'Atlasin gjeografik të popullsisë së Shqipërisë (Some particularities of the visualisation of population dynamics, in: Geographic Atlas of the Albanian Population). Akademia e Shkencave, Qendra per Studime Gjeografike (Center for Studies), No.15, pp.156

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Global-Soziale Marktwirtschaft und die Flüchtlingsfrage

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Auslöser meiner Überlegungen ist die akute Flüchtlingskrise. Es spricht manches dafür, dass sich diese Krise nicht einfach mit einigen administrativen Maßnahmen der Zuwanderungsbeschränkung in kurzer Frist in Luft auflösen wird. Vermutlich ist sie Symptom für eine neue Welle der weltweiten Angleichung von Lebensbedingungen, die sich unter anderem in großen Wanderungen niederschlägt. Es ist dann im Interesse des Nordens diesen Angleichungsprozess zu beschleunigen, um so den Anreiz des Wanderns aus dem Süden in den Norden zu dämpfen. Eine zentrale Komponente des nördlichen Erfolgsmodells, die Soziale Marktwirtschaft, sollte daher möglichst rasch globalisiert werden. Diesem Ziel einer möglichst zügigen Verwirklichung einer Global-Sozialen Marktwirtschaft dient am besten ein Kulturwandel im Süden in Richtung auf das das nördliche Erfolgsmodell. Dieser Kulturwandel kann vor allem angestoßen werden durch Exporterfolge des Südens in den Norden. Hierzu eignet sich eine Außenwirtschaftspolitik des Nordens, die einen Exportüberschuss des Südens hervorbringt und auf diese Weise im Süden möglichst viele produktive Arbeitsplätze schafft. Der Norden würde von einer solchen Politik nicht nur deshalb gewinnen, weil auf diese Weise der Süd-Nord- Wanderungsdruck gemildert wird. Darüber hinaus kann der Norden auch durch eine verbesserte internationale Arbeitsteilung gewinnen. Allerdings ist es für den Erfolg einer solchen Politik auch erforderlich, dass sich der Norden auf die damit verbundenen institutionellen Veränderungen einlässt. Insbesondere muss akzeptiert werden, dass sich die komparativen Vorteile in der Güterproduktion verschieben und dass auch Institutionen wie zum Beispiel die staatliche Schuldenbremse modifiziert, grundlegend geändert oder ganz abgeschafft werden.

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