Young researchers on the positive impact of migration – Open Contest for the Best Research Paper

Date Publish: 
Friday, December 2, 2016
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contest, reserach, young, Tiraspol, migration

Tiraspol - On 2 December 2016 in Tiraspol was held the awards ceremony of the second edition of the Open Contest for the Best Research Paper on Migration.

The earlier launched contest built on the previous edition of the contest and gathered over 20 undergraduate and graduate students and researchers from the Republic of Moldova, including the Transnistria Region either studying in the country or abroad.

This year, the subject of the contest sought to pick the students’ brains on the positive impact of migration on the job market, environment, institute of family and the development of the migrants’ country of origin.

The papers were reviewed by a distinguished group of national and international policy experts and academia representatives: Dr. Valeriu Mosneaga (Chisinau), Ms. Elena Bobkova (Tiraspol), Ms. Maria Vremis (Chisinau), Ms. Olga Choudinovsckikh (Moscow), etc.  

The winners of the contest (below) presented their findings on Tuesday at the faculty of Social Sciences, T. G. Shevchenko University in Tiraspol. Later in 2017, their research papers will be published in the second edition of the Collection of papers from the second International Academic Seminar.

Undergraduates:

1st place: “The impact of migration on the development of marriage and family” by Denis Kochurkov (Tiraspol)

2nd Place: “The positive impact of student migration. New opportunities and prospects of future employment. Case study” by Anna Fortuna (Chisinau)

3rd Place: “The positive impact of student migration in the left bank of the Nistru River. New opportunities and prospects of future employment” by Vladislav Sokolov (Tiraspol)

Graduates: 

1st Place: “Student Migration among Moldovan youth. The challenges and opportunities for future employment” by Victoria Goreainov (Chisinau)

2nd Place: “The indirect impact of migration on the environment. The example of usage of new technologies in agriculture” by Vasile Iatco (Chisinau)

3rd Place: “The social and psychological phenomenon of family in the context of labour migration of the population of the left bank of the Nistru River” by Irina Gan (Tiraspol)

PhD students and holders:

1st Place: “The participation of elderly migrants – citizen of the Republic of Moldova in the development of the country of origin. Challenges and opportunities” by Mihail Cebotari (Chisinau)

2nd Place: “The impact of remittances on the development of income of the population of the Republic of Moldova” by Vadim Cujba (Chisinau)

3rd Place: “Unpacking the future: is there more to material culture exchange in transnational families” by Sanda Caracentev (London)