Ways of the Russian Federation`s reorientation of migration inflows to knowledge-intensive areas
E.V. Chumak, R.T. Latypov, D.N. Yadransky
Available Online January 2019.
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- migration, labor resources, efficiency, factor, consolidation, resettlement, employment
- The article deals with the modern management problem associated with improving the efficiency of migration flows to the Russian Federation. The emphasis is placed on the need to move to a qualitative migration flow by abandoning the priorities of migration of unskilled labor. The subject of the article is the contradictions arising in process of migration in the modern Russian Federation leading to the fact that the country is attractive only for a limited number of labor migrants from some of the poorest countries (mainly the CIS). The main purpose of the article is to form the author's concept of overcoming the contradictions between current situation of the influx of unskilled migrants in the Russian Federation and satisfaction of the strategic development tasks related to providing the economy with high-quality labor resources. The methodological framework of the study consists of concepts related to the causes of migration and the processes of integration of migrants in the territory of arrival. The problem of the article is that the existing approaches to the management of migration flows are not effective enough to meet the growing needs of the Russian economy including the Ural macroregion in the workforce of normal quality. As the cause of the problem, there is a lack of connection between migratory influx and actual possibilities of migrants due to which qualified personnel is used in jobs that do not require qualifications. The consequence of this situation is the lack of migration attractiveness of the Russian Federation for qualified personnel. The second problem is the low attractiveness of the Russian Federation for young scientists due to the fact that modern mechanism of grant support for science does not provide young people with confidence in the future ( accordingly employment stability). Article suggests mechanisms for solving the identified problems by using a combination of such general scientific and special methods of cognition, such as a dialectical, systematic, descriptive approach, theoretical modeling. The main conclusion of the article is the need to establish a clear link between the type of migration movement that is desirable for a migrant and the region of inclusion in work activity. As a resultant conclusions, it was proposed to ensure the demands of economy of the Siberia and the Far East to promote these regions among migrant and migrant refugees. In order to meet the labor force needs of megalopolises and cities of active growth, it is necessary to attract primarily migrants as contractual staff. Attracting personnel is the most optimal for innovation development centers, educational and scientific centers. The article states that the methods of attracting labor migrants currently used cannot ensure the solution of the tasks set. Partial adjustment of the legislation (first of all regional) and implementation of strategies of fixing foreign students for their decision are required. The formation of scientific and educational clusters becomes possible by attracting such migrants. They can become centers of further attraction of migrants oriented towards intellectual development and a high level of personal education. Yekaterinburg is proposed as one of such clusters where all the prerequisites exist for implementation today.
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TY - CONF AU - E.V. Chumak AU - R.T. Latypov AU - D.N. Yadransky PY - 2019/01 DA - 2019/01 TI - Ways of the Russian Federation`s reorientation of migration inflows to knowledge-intensive areas BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific conference on New Industrialization: Global, national, regional dimension (SICNI 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 866 EP - 869 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/sicni-18.2019.174 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/sicni-18.2019.174 ID - Chumak2019/01 ER -