The International Migration of Women
Grajciarova, Adriana (2016)
MDP in Public Economics and Public Finance (MGE)
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Mezinárodní migrace žen
The term feminization of migration reflects the increasing global trend of female migration. The thesis examines economic motives and institutional background which influence women and men differently. The Czech Republic and Finland are compared and contrasted from the perspective of female migration. There are many similarities in migration patterns into the countries. Both have low number of migrants coming to the country while the percentage of migrants coming from outside EU is quite high. However, economic and institutional characteristics are different. The thesis presents demographic profiles of female migrants and their success in the labour market. According to the findings, Finland attracts migrants with lower attained education who are less successful in the labour market. The Czech Republic attracts highly qualified female migrants; however it lags behind Finland in the integration of the migrants into the society.
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