Transnational Aspect of Migration in Modern Globalization Process
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The multiple effects of migrants’ transnationalism such as social networks, migrant associations, collective remittances, international business activity including investments in production and investment of venture capital in countries of origin, international trade networks, remittances, brain circulation, outsourcing, formation of global skilled labor market and circular migration are analyzed in the article. The influence of these effects on the development of origin and destination countries is researched. The measures for taking advantage of transnationalism for the countries’ economic and human development are suggested.
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