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Khachaturova E.E., Kisiev Z.E. Labor migration in Russia as a development tool of the labor market / annotation

Khachaturova Eleonora Erikovna – candidate of economics, senior lecturer. University of Finance of RF Government (Vladikavkaz branch). Vladikavkaz, Russia.
Kisiev Zaur Eduardovich – student. University of Finance of RF Government (Vladikavkaz branch). Vladikavkaz, Russia.

The conclusion that the attraction of foreign labor force is the most promising direction of operation and further development of the Russian labor market is justified in the article basing on the analysis of statistical data. However, the authors consider that it is necessary to establish tighter control over the laws observance of the Russian Federation not only on the part of immigrants, but mainly on the part of employers. Labor power immigration appears to be the most prospectivetrend for Russian modern labor market. However, more tough control for RF law observance not only from the side of immigrants, but mainly also from the side of employers should be set.

Keywords: immigration, international labor immigration, labor market, global trends.

Pozmogov A.I., Kisiev Z.E. Labor migration in Russia – problem or prospect? / annotation

Pomozgov Anatoly Ivanovich – candidate of economics, senior lecturer. University of Finance of RF Government (Vladikavkaz branch). Vladikavkaz, Russia.
Kisiev Zaur Eduardovich – student. University of Finance of RF Government (Vladikavkaz branch). Vladikavkaz, Russia.

The article shows that international labor migration is an important part of the internationalization process of international economic life. So, the migration processes of the population should be carefully monitored and analyzed in order to develop effective state migration policy.Population mass migration became one of the characteristic phenomena of the second part of XX century world society life. Labor power international migration from this time appears to be the important part of international business life within internationalization process. Labor potential, being the most important production factor, searches its most effective use not only within national economy, but also on international economy scales.

Keywords: migration, international labor migration, labor market, global trends.

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