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Temporary domestic labor migration: specificities of the Far Eastern regions
Abstract.This article examines the peculiarities of the interregional labor migration in Russia. The authors consider the main sources for searching information on the dynamics of the temporary domestic labor migration, as well as analyze the domestic flows of migrant workers in the federal districts of the Russian Federation. Special attention is given to the Far Eastern regions. The key goal of this work consists in researching the possibilities of increasing the number of population in the remote territories by means of “domestic reserves” of the Russian citizens occasionally come to the region for work. The author point at the existing issues of collecting the initial statistical data necessary for assessment of the scale, directions, and regional specificity of the temporary domestic migration of the Russian citizens. Based on the open sources, the conclusion is made that interregional labor migration is not a significant factor in development of the regional economy of the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District. Compared to the other regions of the country, the proportions of the temporary domestic labor migration flows into the Far Eastern subjects of the Russian Federation are negligible. Thus, the interregional labor migration does not possess enough potential for the substantial increase in population size of the Far Easter Federal Districts. The results of this research can be valuable for the government authorities, including the subjects of the Russian Federation, within the framework of improving the implementation of the regional socioeconomic policy.
Keywords: Far Eastern Federal district, a special sample survey, Rosstat, population of the Far Eastern regions, domestic migration, Labor migration, Primorsky Krai, requiring regions, the regulation of migration, shift method
Article was received:20-02-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .