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Volume 99, 2021International Scientific Conference “Delivering Impact in Higher Education Learning and Teaching: Enhancing Cross-Boarder Collaborations” (DIHELT 2021)
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Theoretical and methodological aspects of assessing the impact of migration flows as a consequence of the bologna process on the security of the state
NANO HE Institute of World Civilizations, Leninsky Prospekt, 1/2k1, Moscow, Russia
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The article presents theoretical and methodological aspects of assessing the impact of migration flows caused by the participation of a number of states in the Bologna Process on the security of the state. The research carried out by the authors make it possible to substantiate the relevance of the development of methodological tools for the impact of migration processes on the security of the country. Since inclusion in the Bologna Process implies an increase in migration flows. The implementation of the methods presented is confirmed by the results of its practical adaptation based on a comparative interstate analysis. The key advantages of the methodology developed by the author are the ability to dynamically assess the effect of migration management in the country for a certain period, which should become the main one for adjusting government decisions in this area of regulation, along with the formation of reasonable conclusions about the positive or negative impact of the migration on the level security, based on the absolute value of the migration effect index.
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