by Aušrius Juozapavičius
by University of Stavanger, 2018 webinar with Professor T.Aven
RiskLab Finland is a research group at Arcada and a research laboratory of Infolytika Ventures, with the objective to study and develop the fields of risk analysis through machine learning and visual analytics.
Jaan Masso et al.
International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 35 Iss: 6, 2014
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of temporary migration on the upward occupational mobility by using a novel database from Estonia.
The findings imply that the benefits of temporary migration from Eastern to Western Europe on the sending country via the returnees’ labour market performance might be limited, yet it does not exclude the benefits of return migration through other mechanism.
Hill Kulu &Francesco Billari
Regional studies, Vol.38, Iss 6, 2010
In this paper the determinants of internal migration in Estonia, a multicultural society, during the transition period (1989-94) is studied. It is shown that both personal and contextual (potentially time-varying) factors are important in determining migration propensity.
Tiit Tammaru &Hill Kulu
Eurasian Geography and Economics, Vol 44, Iss. 2, 2003
Two European geographers survey the change in numbers, location, and composition of Estonia's non-titular population utilizing census returns for the period 1934-2000. Much attention is devoted to an investigation of return migration of non-Estonians to other FSU republics in the 1990s. Also covered are changes in the spatial distribution of Estonia's minorities and the dynamics of age structure as a result of its natural evolution, the sharp decline in fertility, and emigration of younger cohorts. Additionally, the authors also investigate trends in employment affecting the country's principal ethnic minorities.
This report provides comprehensive data and in-depth analysis of political, financial and economic risk.
This is a governance tool where the disaster risk management system of Estonia is examined on an equal basis by experts from other countries.
Political Geography, Vol 21, Iss 3, 2002
This investigation of the construction and operationalisation of state sovereignty in Estonia specifies how international integration is constituted in the Estonian sovereignty discourse, particularly how the inside and the outside of the state are demarcated in that discourse.
American Ethnologist, 32: 2005
In this article is examined how territorial imaginary conflating culture, territory, nation, and security allows “elites of statecraft” in Europe to frame citizenship and integration policy as (inter)national security matters.
This article discusses some of the opportunities and challenges that the Estonian Council presidency is facing during its first term in 2017
by Aušrius Juozapavičius