Migration and Educational System in Romania: What Happens?

Migration and Educational System in Romania: What Happens?

Marian Zaharia (DepartmentofCybernetics, Economic Informatics, Finance and Accounting, Petroleum-Gas University, Ploiesti, Romania) and Aniela Balacescu (Constantin Brâncuşi University, Targu jiu, Romania)
Copyright: © 2018 |Pages: 10
DOI: 10.4018/IJSEM.2018070104
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Abstract

Over the past two decades, Romania has had an alarming increase in the number of people who have left Romania to work in other countries, with major implications for most areas of economic and social life. The disparities between the eight development regions have led, on the one hand, to the recording of totally different net migration values and, on the other hand, a deepening disparity between development regions. One of the major areas affected by the phenomenon of migration was and is education, with implications on the level of education of the younger generation. This article examines the existence of stable long-term links between school drop-out and net migration in Romania over the period 2000-2016.
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As has been highlighted above, the research was aimed at testing the existence, identification and study of long-term links between the early leave from education at the level of development regions in Romania and the net migration recorded between 2000 and 2016.

The main null hypotheses of the study were:

  • H0_1: Between Total early leavers from education and training and Net migration at the level of development regions in Romania there are no cointegration relations (no long-term stable relations)

  • H0_2: Cointegration relationships between Early leave from education and training and Net migration are not influenced by gender

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