Labor Migration Challenges in Economic Planning: A Case Study of Astana
Tibekov, Bolat L., Fatehi, Kamal, Derakhshan, Foad, Herbert, Jim, Advances in Competitiveness Research
The end of the cold war removed a major barrier against free trade and consequently, globalization of business spread economic developments around the world, created job opportunities, particularly in industrial sectors, which led to migration of many people who were in search of a better life. Newly independent countries have emerged and many have been, or are in the process of, integrating into various trade packs of the free market system. This labor migration has taken place at various levels. This work studies the attributes of domestic migration and the challenges it has created for economic and urban planning. The article outlines the results of a study conducted …
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Publication information: Article title: Labor Migration Challenges in Economic Planning: A Case Study of Astana. Contributors: Tibekov, Bolat L. - Author, Fatehi, Kamal - Author, Derakhshan, Foad - Author, Herbert, Jim - Author. Journal title: Advances in Competitiveness Research. Volume: 18. Issue: 1/2 Publication date: January 1, 2010. Page number: 129+. © 2008 American Society for Competitiveness. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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