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Mobility Pensions within the Framework of the Eurasian Economic Union and the CIS, Volume 1
Author:Vinokurov, E. [editor]; Onishchenko, K.V. [editor]; Tamazova, L.O. [editor]; Kulikova, V.B.; Karabchuk, T.S.; Kostenko, V.V.; Almakaeva, A.M.; Soboleva, N.E.; Zhyusten, A.; Pereboyev , V.S.; Titov, S.A.; Country:Russian Federation;
Date Stored:2014/07/23Document Date:2014/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Emerging Markets; Debt Markets; Population Policies; Pensions & Retirement Systems; Development Economics & Aid Effectiveness
Region:Europe and Central AsiaReport Number:63780
Volume No:1  

Summary: The purpose of this study of Mobility Pensions within the Framework of the Eurasian Economic Union and the CIS was to assess the potential of integrated and contractionary factors of mobility practices in the context of pension processes of labor migration and economic integration with the interests of recipient countries' labor force (Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus) and donor countries (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia). In the context of integration processes in the post-labor era, migration is one of the key issues that require careful study and analysis. This is due to the magnitude of migration flows in the CIS and the ever-increasing performance in this area. The CIS region is a leader in the migration of the Eurasian continent. This situation causes a set of interrelated consequences affecting the socio-economic and political situation of donor countries labor resources and the recipient countries. The report consists of three chapters, introduction and conclusion. The first chapter is devoted to the analysis of the demographic situation in the CIS countries, assessing the efficiency of labor markets and analysis of migration flows. The second chapter of the report includes a description of and analytical evaluation of the world experience to create a common pension goal. In the third chapter, the authors offer a solution for the development of this destination of social policy in the countries that formed the Eurasian Economic Community (EAEC) followed by an analysis of the positive and negative effects of introducing the general retirement practice.

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