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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 2 / 2020 (623), Summer

Migration, economic causes and decisions

Mircea Constantin ȘCHEAU
University of Craiova, Romania
Ștefan Zaharie POP
“Titu Maiorescu University”, Bucharest, Romania
Andreea Valentina ȘOIMU
University of Craiova, Romania

Abstract. Migration is most often generated by dramas lived by a population in a particular area. It also provokes other dramas in the chosen destination area. Economic imbalances, intercultural problems and different levels of education can cause long-term or short-term conflicts. The time required to adapt to new living conditions may vary according to the strength of the accepting society and the malleability of requesting groups. Smoothing the differences may take several generations. Population mutations can bring benefits to applicants and host population, but can also provide exported crime samples. Leaders are the ones who will make the difference and those who will manage to print the general picture of phenomenon.

Keywords: migration, labor insertion, economy, vulnerable groups, management, unemployment rate, legislation, social exclusion, asylum.

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