Virtual labor migration




migration policy, population migration, population employment, external labour migrations, national security.


The concept of «virtual labour migration» and the main reasons for its emergenceand spread in current conditions was defined. The consequences of the spread of remote work in analytical activities and the collection and structuring of information were outlined. The connection between the spread of «virtual labour migration» and the «brain drain» and the prospect of implementing innovative projects has been identified. The main threats to production organisation in the long-term use of remote work and involvement in «virtual labour migrants» tasks are highlighted.

Author Biography

Kateryna NIKOLAIETS, State University of Trade and Economics

Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor,
Professor of the Department of Economic Theory and Competition Policy


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NIKOLAIETS, K. (2021). Virtual labor migration. oreign rade: onomics, inance, aw, 119(6), 16–25.




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