Student Migration Potential: The Case of Bulgaria

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Valentina Makni (2011)
  • Journal: South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics, volume 9, issue 2, pages 187-206
  • Subject: Highly Skilled Migration, Migration Potential, Student Mobility, Bulgaria
    • jel: jel:O15 | jel:F22 | jel:J24

Transnational student mobility is a major factor, which plays an ambiguous role in the dynamic process of international highly skilled migration. In this paper we try to attempt an approximate profile of the potential migrant student in Bulgaria, according to the migrat... View more
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