Factors that influence the process of migration of youth: A case study of Kosovo
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MIT University – Skopje
Publication date: 2017-12-31
Security and Defence Quarterly 2017;17(4):48–73
There is no unique definition of migration nor is a simple classification of migration possible either, because of the existence of multi-dimensional migration criteria such as cause, length, distance, direction, volume, velocity, migratory status etc.

The purpose of the paper is to develop significant data that will provide insightful conclusions for the factors that contribute to high migration of youth from Kosovo. The qualitative empirical research is meant to find out the extent to which youth were satisfied with the way of life in Kosovo, what the reasons were for that, and whether that would change their way of life.
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