Migration Trends in the World and in Poland versus National Security

Bartosz Maziarz, Anna Bohdan, Agnieszka Dornfeld-Kmak
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIII, Special Issue 1, 264-278, 2020
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/1759


Purpose: The aim of the paper is to analyse migration trends in the world from 1990 to the present day and economic migration in Poland in the years 2015-2019. Aspects related to national security in the context of the scale of crimes committed by economic migrants residing in Poland will also be discussed. Design/Methodology/Approach: In the research implementation process, data, and sources analysis, as well as a modeling method to show extrapolation of migration trends. Findings: The methodology used allowed the authors to determine that international migration processes have permanently entered the order of functioning of countries around the world. Practical Implications: According to the authors, showing current trends in global migration contributes to acting at international and national levels to counteract the negative effects of migration Originality/value: According to the authors, presenting the forecasted upward trend in international migration based on the logistic model of the number of migrants in the world may become a factor stimulating the activities of specific countries in terms of their security in the broad sense.

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