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dc.contributor.authorTabac, Tatiana-
dc.identifier.citationTABAC, Tatiana. Migrația internațională în Republica Moldova în profil teritorial. In: Economic growth in the conditions of globalization. Scientific session "Demographic processes and socioeconomic sustainability": conference proceedings: International Scientific-Practical Conference, XVIth edition, october 12-13, 2022, Chisinau. Chisinau: INCE, 2022, vol. III, pp. 165-172. ISBN 978-9975-3385-7-8; ISBN 978-9975-3385-8-5 (PDF). DOI:
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dc.descriptionReferinţe bibliografice: pp. 171-172 (11 titl.). JEL Classification: J11. UCD: 314.15(478).en_EN
dc.description.abstractThe paper focuses on analyzing the general and territorial trends of international migration in the period 2014-2020. The paper is based on revised data on the population with usual residence and international migration. The methodological approach consists of the estimation and analysis of specific indicators of migration: net migration and net migration rate according to age, gender, residence, and administrative-territorial units (districts). The results showed that the total net migration in 2014-2020 constituted -228.8 thousand people, which means a decrease of the population by -8.3% during this period. The population decrease in urban areas was -9.8%, and in rural areas was -7.3%. The analysis also revealed the active involvement of the rural female population in migration processes. Negative migration is particularly high at ages 0-39, while positive migration is seen in the population aged 40 and over. Positive migration is a specific phenomenon in rural areas. The population of the municipality of Chisinau decreased by -86.1 thousand or -12.6% during this period. The largest population decrease due to migration was recorded in the districts of Ialoveni -15.9%, Cantemir -14.9% and Cahul -13.4%. Four districts had a positive increase due to migration: Ocnița (0.3%), Rîșcani (0.3%), Dondușeni (0.2%), and UTA Găgăuzia (0.1%). The paper concludes that the prevention of future demographic disasters can be achieved through urgent measures to improve the socioeconomic situation and improve the quality of life of the population. The article was elaborated within the State Program Project (2020-2023) 20.80009.0807.21 „Migration, demographic changes, and situation stabilization policies”.en_EN
dc.subjectinternational migrationen_EN
dc.subjectnet migrationen_EN
dc.subjectpopulation declineen_EN
dc.subjectRepublic of Moldovaen_EN
dc.subjectmigratie internationalaen_EN
dc.subjectmigratie netaen_EN
dc.subjectscaderea populatieien_EN
dc.subjectRepublica Moldovaen_EN
dc.titleMigrația internațională în Republica Moldova în profil teritorialen_EN
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