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From Russia into Russia: Whence and Where Do In-Migrants Go

русская версия

Опубликовано на портале: 31-12-2010
Мир России. 2003.  Т. 12. № 2. С. 151-164. 
Тематический раздел:
During the last centuries the population of Russia moved to the north and to the east, however in the second part of the 80-es the situation began to change: there began an outflow of the population from Russian North. Since disintegration of the USSR and beginning of economic reforms, the situation of territorial movement of Russian population has drastically changed, breaking off for a long time (and maybe — forever) the movement of the population to the north and to the east of the country which continued for centuries. During the last decade the scope of migration in Russia — both out-migration and in-migration — is decreasing, but the volume of in-migration substantially exceeds the volume of out-migration.
The division of the territory into receiving and giving zones simplifies the complicated situation with interregional migrations. In order to understand the situation with territorial movement of Russian population during the last decade, the author of the article demonstrates the analysis of in-migration effectiveness for separate federal districts of Russia and its regions on the basis of interregional migration matrix.
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