Political economy of energy sector restructuring in the post-soviet space: Russia and Azerbaijan in comparative perspective. Publisher Bilkent University.
Restructuring Post-Communist Russia
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Gravity models applied to migration have also shown that the cost of migration increases with distance, as the cost of transporting oneself and one's belongings increases the longer the move, and that information about more distant potential destinations is more difficult to obtain. People who migrate are favorably self-selected compared to those who remain in their place of origin.
Migrants tend to be more ambitious, aggressive, and entrepreneurial and in general more able. Migration and restructuring in Post-Soviet Russia. Author: Timothy Heleniak.
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