Ensuring the sustainable of countries development at the intersection of K-waves through the regulation of the labor migration

Irina Grinko, Sergii Voitko

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The article analyses labor migration and its impact on key indicators that provide sustainable development of countries such as security of life component, quality of life component, index of sustainable development, harmonization degree, index of economic freedom, growth competitiveness index, unemployment rate, human development index. The evaluation of these indicators allowed identifying the causes that arise in the providing sustainable development of the states at the intersection of K-waves through the regulation of the labor migration. Recommendations on effective labor migration regulation at the international level to ensure sustainability of the top 10 countries, Bulgaria, and Ukraine at the intersection of K-waves grounded and proposed. The overall result of research and elaboration is further developed scientific and practical of the regulation of labor migration of these countries through a combination of institutional, organizational, economic, social, legal and other mechanisms for the effective regulation of labor migration to ensure the sustainable development of countries.

Index Terms: labor migration, migration process, sustainable development, K-waves, labor migration regulation.

JEL: Q01, F22, E32


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2015-1-07

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