Direct and inverted connections between factor migration and factor trade in the unified economy

  • Vladimir Germanovich Chaplygin St.-Petersburg University of Economics and Finance

Abstract

The article focuses its attention on the issues of the interstate factor migration and factor trade mutual dependence and mutual influence within the integration processes. The model of the «distance — the level of the interstate trade» correlation has been offered as well as the reasons of the goods, labor force, entrepreneurship resources in the global economic entities has been defined.

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Published
2004-06-30
How to Cite
Chaplygin, V. G. (2004). Direct and inverted connections between factor migration and factor trade in the unified economy. Proceedings of Voronezh State University. Series: Economics and Management, (1), 112-115. Retrieved from https://journals.vsu.ru/econ/article/view/10208