Šiuolaikiniai migracijos procesai Lietuvoje ir jų poveikis ekonomikai

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Šiuolaikiniai migracijos procesai Lietuvoje ir jų poveikis ekonomikai
Alternative Title:
Contemporary migration process in Lithuania and its impact on the economy
Keywords:
LT
Ekonominė migracija; Emigracija; Migracijos politika; Migracijos procesai.
EN
Economic migration; Emigration; Migration policy; Migration process.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje analizuojama migracijos problema Lietuvoje ir įvertinama emigracijos įtaka šalies ekonomikai. Teoriniu požiūriu apibrėžiama migracijos samprata, analizuojami migraciją įtakojantys veiksniai. Atliekama Lietuvos gyventojų ekonominės migracijos analizė: nustatomi migracijos mastai šalyje, atskleidžiamos pagrindinės emigracijos kryptys ir priežastys. Atliekamas emigracijos įtakos Lietuvos ekonominiams rodikliams tyrimas, kurio metu, remiantis koreliacine analize, nustatomai ir įvertinami ryšiai tarp emigracijos mastų ir pagrindinių šalies ekonominių rodiklių. [Iš leidinio]

ENThis thesis analyses the problem of migration in Lithuania and assesses the impact of migration on the economy. Contemporary migration trends began to emerge after the restoration of Lithuania's independence, and further intensified after Lithuania's accession to the European Union. Migration is emerging as a challenge and opportunity so it is important to determine what are the migration challenges that Lithuania faces and what are the possible consequences of this process. The theoretical part of thesis defines the concept of migration, the main types of migration process and explains the theories that analysis factors that affect migration. The economic migration of Lithuanians during 2001–2011 years is analysed in the analytical part of thesis. There are assessed the imbalance between the emigration and immigration, the main causes and consequences of departure and migration policy pursued by Lithuania. In order to identify and assess the relationship between emigration and the country's main economic indicators, the last part of the thesis is based on correlation analysis. The analysis reveals that the strongest statistically significant positive correlation is between the number of emigrants and private remittances to Lithuania. These cash inflows increase aggregate demand, domestic consumption and GDP growth. [From the publication]

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2029-7378
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2017-05-03 09:30:23
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