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Eastern and Southeastern Europe in Global Migration Flows: Integration and Dependencies in Historica

6:00 p.m., Thursday, March 17 2015

Corvinus University of Budapest

13-15 Fővám tér, Budapest 1093 (Sóház)

Lecture Room 3


Emese Baranyi (Karl Polányi Center for Global Social Studies)


Irina Molodikova (Central European University)

Changing patterns of migration in FSU countries: Dependencies and development

József Böröcz (Rutgers University)

Regimes of Remittance Dependency: Trajectories of the Former Soviet Bloc

Attila Melegh (Corvinus University of Budapest)

Developmental patterns and dependencies in migratory movements in South Eastern Europe between 1950 and 2010

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