Migration issue from and into Central and Eastern Europe

Budei Vadim (2018) Migration issue from and into Central and Eastern Europe. Prosperitas, 2018 (4). pp. 54-60. ISSN 2064-759X

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Abstract

Migration from Central and Eastern Europe is seen as a threat to quality of life and general welfare by the western authorities. Central and Eastern European authorities thought the same about migrants into their countries and still do so even today (The Economist 2016). People think of it as a plague on their society. Western Europe has plenty of migrants form the East, and the East has plenty of migrants from post-soviet countries. People are just seeking better lives. More and more people are seeking asylum from war or for political reasons in East European countries, because it is cheaper to live there, The Telegraph stated that 4 out of 6 the cheapest cities to live in Europe are in the Central and Eastern Europe (The Telegraph 2018). The main reason of researching this topic is to understand the premises of the present the cycle of migration within the borders of European continent, a migration which is oriented by a vector from East to West. Why did 1.93 million Polish people migrated to Germany, but not vice versa (United Nations 2015)?

Tudományterület / tudományág

társadalomtudományok > szociológiai tudományok

Faculty

Pénzügyi és Számviteli Kar

Institution

Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: migration, Central and Eastern Europe, labor shortage, general well being
Depositing User: Kovács Zsolt
Date Deposited: 2019. Oct. 08. 08:18
Last Modified: 2019. Oct. 08. 08:18
URI: http://publikaciotar.repozitorium.uni-bge.hu/id/eprint/1526

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