MACROECONOMIC FACTORS OF LABOR TRANSBOUNDARY CROSSING
Fast growing international migration as a factor of labor globalization now is one of the most important trends of world economy and determinant of social – political transformations. Study of fundamental economical reasons for international migration is relevant due to their prognostic, predictable and normative potential, which can be used in conditions of global economic non-stability.
This paper analyzes role of natural-resources, financial and labor factors in economic growth of the modern states; studies relationships between stimulating role of natural resources, finance and labor with levels of modern countries’ economy development.
Based on achieved results findings about fundamental reasons of international migration; transformation of labor factor’s role in providing an economical progress of the states; efficiency of positive impact of manufacturing factors (domestic and attracted from international markets) were offered.
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