Understanding the Migration Patterns of Russian Academics through New Institutional Economics.

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Title Understanding the Migration Patterns of Russian Academics through New Institutional Economics.
Other Title On Global Labor Markets and Local Trust.;Untertitel
URI http://doi.org/10.7802/1846
Primary Researcher Siegert, Andreas;Zentrum für Sozialforschung Halle e.V. an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Publication Year 2019
Availability Freier Zugang (ohne Registrierung)
Subject Area Interdisciplinary and Applied Fields of the Social Sciences
Social Sciences
Topic Classification Social Policy
Economic Systems
Work and Industry
Abstract Thesis: The migration of Russian academics is influenced by their socialization. Understanding the mobility of academic labor can augment the attractiveness of countries or regions to which immigrants are drawn. Migration patterns were derived from an empirical web survey (level of significance >95%) of 500 Russian academics who migrated to Germany. The results indicated that their decisions were based on their specific values, which determined their perceptions of the transaction costs and benefits involved in international labor markets. New Institutional Economics (NIE) serves as a theoretical framework through which to understand academics’ decisions to migrate and illustrates that peripheral regions and small enterprises can attract well-educated workers.
Geographical Area Germany / DE
Russian Federation / RU
Universe Russian academics migrating to Germany and having applied for scholarships from German scientific foundations in Russia in the years 2001 to2006.
Selection Method An online survey conducted in Russia (n = 485 conducted from 2/2007 to 4/2007) provided the database regarding the migration of Russian academics.
Data Collection Mode Interview
Self-administered questionnaire
Survey Period 2007-02;2007-04
Licenses CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
Publications Transaktionskosten und Fachkräftewerbung. Ein Erklärungsansatz auf Grundlage der Institutionenökonomik.;ISSN 2194-2188
On Socialization, Patriotism, and Trust: The Migration of homeward-bound Russian Academics.;http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00905992.2011.614227
Does the Socialization of Young Russian Academics Foster Migration?;ISSN 1836-1803

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