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Miroslava Kostova Karaboytcheva currently works as researche at the European Parliament. Miroslava does research in Macroeconomics, Labor Economics and International Migration. She takes part in the research project "(Re)-conceptualizar el movimiento humano en el siglo XXI: estrategias e impactos de la movilidad de los europeos del Este en España (CSO2017-82238-R)".
Publicado el libro “Transformaciones y retos de la movilidad de los Europeos del Este en España: Treinta años después de la caída del muro de Berlín: 1989-2019” Editorial Tirant lo Blanch. https://editorial.tirant.com/es/libro/transformaciones-y-retos-de-la-movilidad-de-los-europeos-del-este-en-espana-treinta-anos-despues-de-la-caida-del-muro-de-be...
This paper analyzes the career paths of people of immigrant origin in the 2007-2014 period of economic crisis in order to describe the main changes that have taken place and determine the extent to which foreign workers have managed to progress in the labour market or whether their career paths have been defined by blockages and setbacks. The evolu...
This article analyses the way in which human movement is related to the sense of home and belonging, within temporal stages of mobility, while having as a reference the study of eastern Europeans emigration to Spain. By means of a qualitative analysis of in-depth interviews conducted with 80 eastern Europeans immigrants (Romanians, Bulgarians, Mold...
En el presente documento se realiza un breve repaso de los principales puntos comunes y diferencias legislativas en materia de inmigración en los países europeos. Por una parte, se hace referencia a algunos países de antigua inmigración: Alemania, Bélgica, Francia y el Reino Unido y por otra parte a Italia y España, países con experiencia inmigrato...
Tesis doctoral inédita. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, Departamento de Análisis Económico. Fecha de lectura: 30-11-06 Bibliogr.:p.337-352 Anexos estadísticos
This project is inserted in the dynamics of human movement, focusing on the contribution of the concept of "mobility", to advance the knowledge of the international migration process. It uses the case study of Eastern Europeans in Spain (Romanians, Bulgarians and Moldovans) analyzing the strategies and impacts of their mobility in Spanish society. The project will defend the qualitative methodology as a fundamental instrument in the theoretical (re) conceptualization and will make two essential contributions: 1) It will elaborate an analytical and theoretical framework, providing innovative concepts characteristic for this mobility; 2) Empirically, it will capture the specific "culture of mobility" created by Eastern Europeans in Spain in the last 25 years, which would help to understanding the mobility strategies of 21st century mobile citizens and their impacts on the host societies.
The project of multidisciplinary character and international approach, has two fundamental axes: geopolitics of borders and international migrations, which, together, interact and analyze the transformations happened in the European territory, reflected in two trends: integration, by means of the gradual extension of the European Union (EU) and fragmentation by means of the crisis of the transitions towards the democracy and the economy of market, of Europa's countries of the East. As consequence, is outlined the intensity of the migrations proceeding from the area with destination towards the EU, where the flows proceeding from the East Europe (especially Rumanian, but also Bulgarians, Moldavians and Ukrainians) have important relevancy. Taking as central reference in the analysis, to Spain, country of immigration, the project integrates and reinforces a contemporary fundamental and critical area, since it is that of the international migrations, in a constantly geopolitical border context dynamism that the society of the 21st century affects worldwide.