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Abstract

This article is about controversial migration situation in the countries of the Baltic region. Economically developed countries are characterized by a stable positive migration balance. Countries with economies in transition (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia) occupy an intermediate place in migration movements and play a double role in them, being both donors and recipients of the population. At a multiregional level, migration growth is more common. The outflow occurs in a small number of regions and is more often salient in post-socialist countries. The theories of the British researcher S. Kasle and the American researcher on migration issues A. Portes are also written. The questions of population statistics of the Baltic states and Russia are also mentioned. The questions about transmigrants and Uzbek migrants who are economically connected with those states to which they migrated are explained.

First Page

237

Last Page

242

DOI

10.52297/2181-1466/2020/4/4/5

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