The following analytical background papers will underpin the development of Migration studies performed under the guidance of the ECA region of the World Bank during last several years. Based on their respective Concept Notes, posted for your reference, the papers will be drafted in consultation with both internal and external partners. Please click on each one to see how you may engage during the drafting process and join us on the consultations. These include Economic and Sector Work (ESW) that present a careful analysis of the results of the households surveys as they relate to migration in ECA region and CIS countries in particular, as well as providing recommendations on what can be done by the public sector in the short, medium, and long term to improve the migration policy in the region.
The following World Bank ESWs are now available for your reading:
The following MiRPAL papers are now available for discussion:
- "Analysis of Data Collection and Exchange on ExternalÂ Labor Migration in Russia and Some CIS Countries and Recommendation on Their Improvement". Olga Chudinovskikh, Moscow State University, Russia. (Rus.)
- "International Migration and Remittances in Developing Countries: Using Household Surveys to Improve Data Collection in Eastern Europe and Central Asia". Richard E. Bilsborrow and Mariam Lomaia. (Eng.,Â Rus) HBS Tables (Eng.,Â Â Rus.).
- "Repatriation Policy and Labor Migration in Modern Russia State." S. Gradirovskiy, Moscow, 2010. (Rus.)
- "Problems of Migrant Workers Employment on the Russian Labor Market." Executive Summary. V.A. Postavnin, N.I. Vlasova, I.G. Matveyeva. Fund Migration Century XXI. (Eng.).
- "Harnessing the Diaspora for Development in Europe and Central Asia. Migration and Remittances Peer Assisted Learning (MIRPAL)." Discussion Series. September 22, 2011. (Eng.).
- "State of Russia Labor Market" (Rus.)
- Analytical Work performed by MiRPAL Secretariat Fund Migration Century XXI. (Rus.)
- "Foreign Experience of Regulation of Labor Migration." Executive Summary. V.A. Postavnin, N.I. Vlasova, I.G. Matveyeva. Fund Migration Century XXI.