The External Migration with Romania as Country of Origin and Destination Countries in the European Union

PhD Candidate Eduard Andrei Ciocănescu
Academy of Economic Studies – Bucharest


The external migration is a phenomenon that is present on the Romanian territory especially from the perspective that we are still a country of origin rather than a destination country. This article aims at sizing, based on Eurostat records, the scale of the phenomenon, as well as various characteristics related to the countries of destination. The time horizon considered is 1998-2009.

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Romanian Statistical Review 7/2011