The Effect of Male Migration on Employment Patterns of Womens in Nepal
World Bank Economic Review. 2009. No. vol.23 issue 3. P. 481-507.
Lokshin undefined. M., Glinskaya E.
, Региональная экономика: теория и практика 2015 Т. 22 № 397 С. 21-30
Importance Almost all countries have spatial heterogeneity of economic and social development of the regions, as well as demographic processes. The larger the area of the country, the differentiation is more, including the growing role of natural and geographical characteristics. A large number of regions in Russia complicate an individualized approach to address research and management ...
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, , Научное обозрение. Серия 1: Экономика и право 2021 № 3 С. 74-82
Данная статья посвящена анализу ситуации, в которой оказались трудовые мигранты, находящиеся в России, а также мигранты, которые не смогли приехать в Россию после закрытия границ. В каких видах экономической активности сокращение занятости стало особенно болезненным для мигрантов? Каково их материальное положение? Насколько они готовы покинуть Россию в случае восстановления транспортных коммуникаций? Каковы их ближайшие и ...
Added: August 11, 2021
, , , Н. Новгород : Издательство НИСОЦ, 2021
The monograph compares the basic resources of working men and women based on the RLMS-HSE data of the 27th wave. The qualification, information/innovation, economic and social resources, health resources, and time resources considered. Concluded that women keep a higher level of qualification and information/innovation resources. The social resource is near to the same level for both sexes. It is difficult to conclude any ...
Added: March 18, 2021
, The European Journal of Comparative Economics 2012 Vol. 9 No. 2 P. 279-303
The paper deals with temporary employment in the Russian labour market. The main focus is the gender difference regarding determinants of temporary employment. Unlike most European countries, where women are more likely to have temporary work, in Russia men predominantly have this status, comparable to the situation in many developing countries. This paper seeks to ...
Added: November 10, 2012
Между джинсами с футболкой и шубой в пол: конструирование возраста с помощью одежды в нарративах хронологически молодых женщин
, , Журнал социологии и социальной антропологии 2016
This article focuses on the role of clothing in the design of their age women on the analysis of qualitative interviews with 60 young women, three age groups: 15-20, 23-27, 30-35 years, living in St. Petersburg. The authors to conceptualize the female body as a product of social relations in the modern gender order. Based ...
Added: December 7, 2015
, Демоскоп Weekly 2010 № № 415 - 416
In this article the author is analyzing demographic indices (fertility, life interval, death-rate, migration) of the Kyrgyz Republic. Also probable trends of population change up to 2025, risks and losses associated with life time shortening, lack of social infrastructure, labour resources and etc were presented. ...
Added: December 5, 2013
, , et al., Вестник Российской академии медицинских наук 2019 Т. 74 № 2 С. 88-97
Today, the unstable political and economic situation in the world has led to an intensified migration and changes in their directions. The legal norms regarding the status of migrants, including people living with HIV, are also changing. Over the past 10 years laws restricting the entry and residence of HIV-infected foreign citizens have been repealed ...
Added: May 31, 2019
Social exclusion of migrant women in Russia. How ethnicity, gender and class work together as excluding mechanisms?
, Anthropology of East Europe Review 2014 Vol. 32 No. 1 P. 43-59
The article deals with the gender and class aspects of mechanisms of exclusion and barriers to access to public services for migrants from former Soviet national republics in contemporary Russia, with a focus on Armenian women's practices of using the healthcare and pre-school care services. The author analyzes institutional and cultural barriers to access to ...
Added: October 22, 2014
, , Siberian Studies 2014 No. 1 (41)
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, , / SSRN. Series Social Science Research Network "Social Science Research Network". 2017. No. ID 3071733.
Migration in any context may be approached from myriad perspectives and with varied techniques; in this study, we examine migration in Russia using the life-course perspective. We investigate two core issues: the factors of migration and the position of migration in the Russian life course. In addition, we perform data exploration and assess at what ...
Added: November 15, 2017
, , International Journal of Economic Policy in Emerging Economies 2010 Vol. 73 No. 2 P. 171-185
If relative deprivation matters to welfare in poor countries as much as it apparently does in rich ones then one would have to question the priority given to economic growth over redistribution in current development policies. We look for evidence in one of the world's poorest countries, Malawi. Using new survey questions that help address ...
Added: October 26, 2012
New Delhi : Routledge, 2014
This is the second volume in a series of five books bringing together the results of intensive research on the national systems of innovation (NSI) in the BRICS countries – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa. This book analyses the co-evolution of inequality and NSI across the BRICS economies. Inequality and Development Challenges argues ...
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, Geneva : United Nations Economic Comission for Europe, 2012
Migration is a powerful driver and important consequence of economic, political and social change. Because of its great impact on societies, migration needs to be adequately measured and understood. Reliable statistical data is the key to the basic understanding of this important phenomenon. Yet, in many countries, even the most general statistics on migration are ...
Added: May 28, 2012
, , Migration Information Source 2017
The Russian Federation appeared on the world map as an independent state at the end of 1991, following the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Even as it grappled with huge political and economic upheaval, Russia suddenly found itself home to a massive number of “immigrants” from former Soviet states. With little experience managing international migration ...
Added: September 10, 2017
, , , Прикладная эконометрика 2011 № 1 С. 35-55
Using the Rosstat panel data for the 2001-2008 period we estimate the gravity model of migration between Russian regions. We show that though the migration flows have been quite stable, their determinants have changed substantially. Special attention is drawn to the role of distance between the regions. So far we have found out that social ...
Added: September 23, 2012
Иваново : Ивановский государственный университет, 2018
В сборнике представлены материалы Всероссийской конференции с международным участием "Гендерное измерение цифровой экономики: от стратегии к действию (2018-2030)". Адресовано ученым, экономистам,органам управления, преподавателям, студентам, а также всем, кто интересуется данными проблемами. ...
Added: April 26, 2018
, , / World Bank Group. Series WPS "Policy Research Working Paper". 2003. No. 3153.
The authors study complex interactions between gender and poverty in postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina. The goal of their analysis is to uncover how a spectrum of gender differentials at different parts of the life cycle varies across income groups. Using the data from the 2001 Bosnia and Herzegovina Living Standards Measurement Study, the authors find ...
Added: November 14, 2012
, , Policy Futures in Education 2022 Vol. 20 No. 2 P. 201-214
Over the last two decades, increasing participation rates in post-secondary education in many countries have been accompanied by decreases in aggregate economic growth and raising social tensions. It is obvious now that education does not ‘automatically’ produce more well-being (at least, if conventionally measured through income or gross domestic product) either for the individual or ...
Added: August 8, 2021
The impact of migration on the sexual health, behaviours and attitudes of Central and East European gay/bisexual men in London
, , et al., Ethnicity and Health 2013 Vol. 19 No. 1 P. 86-99
Building on an earlier quantitative study which found that gay/bisexual men from Central and Eastern Europe were at greater risk of sexual ill health following migration to the UK, the aim of this qualitative study is to explore how the process of migration itself may have influenced the migrants’ sexual behaviour and attitudes. Methods To address these ...
Added: November 24, 2015
, Russian Education and Society 2017 Vol. 59 No. 1-2 P. 21-37
This article presents statistics about the cohort of foreign students studying at Russian universities. It will interest researchers and a large number of higher education professionals, including university administrators and employees at state oversight agencies. ...
Added: January 10, 2018
, Вопросы статистики 2016 № 2 С. 32-47
The article explores general questions of implementation of administrative data for the needs of statistics on international migration production. It reviews the main sources of such data : systems of population registration at a place of residence, data collection systems at the borders; and also lists and explains the main advantages and disadvantages of administrative ...
Added: March 9, 2016
Тенденции в избирательности браков по уровню образования: роль изменений в образовательной структуре населения
, , Мир России: Социология, этнология 2021 Т. 30 № 1 С. 111-133
This paper studies the impact of educational upgrading on marital status and educational assortative mating. We use data from the Russian Longitudinal Monitoring Survey – HSE (RLMS-HSE) for 1995–2015. Our findings reveal a decline in the proportion of the population who are married for both men and women, at all education levels, and for most ...
Added: March 11, 2021
, , , Post-Communist Economies 2019 Vol. 31 P. 200-217
Drawing on household, network and relative deprivation models of migration, this paper empirically tests the probability to migrate utilising data for agricultural households in Kosovo (circa 13,500 observations). We identify the determinants of the propensity to migrate and length of migration in the previous year, considering gender related differences. The results reveal the significance of ...
Added: October 26, 2020
, Общественные науки и современность 2011 № 2 С. 57-76
The author shows that demographic transition is an organic part of civilization developments. Such phenomen as death rate and birth rate, changes in character of migration are connected with stages of development of a civilization. ...
Added: September 23, 2012