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TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGES AND CHALLENGES FOR HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF UKRAINIAN LABOUR MIGRATION

Vol. 5, No 1, 2012

 

Iryna Lapshyna

Department  of International Economic Relations

Lviv Academy of Commerce

Ukraina

E-mail: irynala@rambler.ru

Transformational changes and challenges for human capital development in the context of Ukrainian labour migration

 

 

ABSTRACT. This article explores migratory movements with particular attention being paid to the transformational changes and challenges for human capital development in Ukraine. The changes that took place in Ukraine after gaining its independence in 1991 had tremendous impact, both direct and indirect, on many spheres of life, including international migration and human development. The paper addresses the potential substantial problems, transformational changes, threats and risks in human capital development under the condition of developing problem situation further. We conclude that it is necessary to activate work of state governing bodies in eliminating asymmetry: regulation of labour migration, bilateral agreements, and also coordination of national strategic program documents on human capital development with international agreements on regulation of migration processes.

 

Received: January, 2012

1st Revision: March, 2012

Accepted: April, 2012

JEL Classification:  F22, E24, P2

Keywords: human capital, migration, migration policy, international exchange of human capital, Ukraine.