Socioeconomic factors that determine the phenomenon of\ud migration in current Greece: a quantitative approach

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Karli, Chrysoula;
(2016)
  • Subject: HB0848 | JV6001

This doctoral thesis commences with a meticulous examination on whether financial, social and institutional determinants associate with the migration performance in Europe and accordingly in Greece. Motivated by the intensity, the magnitude and the financial recession, ... View more
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