Possibilities and Challenges of Migration(Pages 1308-1315)
Maryam Adli1,*, Hawa Adli2 and Maria Adli3
1Department of Economics and Management, Khazar University, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
2Department of Life Sciences, Khazar University, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
3Department of International Relations, Western Caspian University, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
With the development and intensification of globalization processes, migration has become a common phenomenon. Migration cannot be considered solely as the movement of a person from one country to another. On the background of global changes, there has been an intensive expansion of the geography of migration processes in the world, including Azerbaijan. The research aims to identify the positive and negative impact of migration processes on the countries of the world and the world economy as a whole. The main methods of research are induction and deduction, analysis and synthesis, and historical, and statistical. Possible negative and positive effects of migration processes on the political and economic life of the society of Azerbaijan, the USA, Australia, EU were identified. Migration policy in Azerbaijan was analysed, with this country acting as a host country. This is a new perspective in the study of international migration flows, as often scholars consider the country as a donor of migrants. It was established that migration cannot be considered exclusively a positive or negative phenomenon. It was emphasized that migration is a complex phenomenon that contains a large set of different prerequisites and motives, ways to achieve previously set goals and results that specifically affect the displaced person and the economic and political situation of a particular country, region, and planet as a whole. The results of the research can be used for further development and improvement of aspects of migration policy in Azerbaijan and countries with similar economic and political conditions, considering the current conditions.
Emigration, Immigration, Economic Processes, Migrants, The Host Country.
O15, F22, R23.
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