REALITIES OF THE MIGRATION PROCESS IN RUSSIA: QUANTITATIVE “PROS” AND QUALITATIVE “CONS”

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The article discusses the features of immigration and emigration flows in Russia, their quality indicators. There is a mismatch in the distribution of labor migrants in the country regions, as well as the intellectual and professional characteristics of immigration and emigration flows are being analyzed. The authors pay great attention to the main modern trends of migration processes in Russia and problems of migration’s regulation.


About the authors

Tatiana V Karadje

Moscow Pedagogical State University

Author for correspondence.
Email: karadzhe@yandex.ru
Moscow, Russian Federation

Doctor of Political Science, Full Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science, Moscow State Pedagogical University

Dina V Tombu

Moscow Pedagogical State University

Email: dv.tombu@mpgu.su
Moscow, Russian Federation

PhD, Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science, Moscow State Pedagogical University

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