THE IMPACT OF MIGRATION PROCESSES ON THE MANAGEMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SELF-ORGANIZATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL

Мykola ZOS-KIOR

Abstract


The overall purpose of this paper is to put everyone in the picture about the nature of the brain drain migration and to the search of the possible ways of the improvement of the EU labour migration policy to solve this significant problem. The findings of the analysis indicate that in the modern world with its demographic and economic imbalances, the total number of international migrants is likely to rise during the XXI century. After presenting a statistical overview of two distinct migratory flows of European labour force, it was concluded that the existing politics of brain drain is not adequately captured in the official data. Therefore, the core factors that drive brain drain migration are determined by authors. The most spread models of high-skilled labour attraction management are investigated in the paper. And, finally, the main pillars of the EU labour migration policy to solve a brain drain social problem are proposed.


Keywords


management, socio-economic development, self-organization of the individual, brain drain, European Union, high-skilled labour force, migration processes

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