Integration Policy Concerning Temporary Labor Migrants as a Part of Geoeconomical Strategy of Russia in Eurasia

Tkachenko Marina


Recently Russia joined the countries depending on inflow of foreign labor force. We concluded that immigration into Russia from main countries of origin was chaotic. Attempts of its regulation are unilateral, and depend on Russian side only. Countries of origin “push” their inhabitants trying to solve financial and social issues at the expense of migrant population. But Russia gets significant costs such as illegal migration, social conflicts increase and outflow of the part of money supply from host country. Recently approved Conception of Migration Policy makes the Government of Russia responsible for labor migrants exclusively, without taking into consideration the responsibility of other actors of foreign labor force market (including authorities of countries of origin) to take part into the integration of temporary labor migrants in host country. It requires fundamentally new approaches to research of emigration potential of countries of origin and immigration potential of host country in respect to economic and demographic capacity on host country, settlement policy of migrants and arrangement of much more comfort conditions for them in the aggregate with decrease of potential sources of conflict on the territory of migrants settlement and occupation. We consider that Russia should apply several new methods of economic, financial and social stimulation of participants of foreign labor force market in Russia. These methods allow to work out consolidated model of integration policy concerning temporary labor migrants and to make responsible for integration policy both host country and states of origin.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n8p199

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