Migration and Globalization in the Context of a New World


  • Eka MELADZE International Black Sea University


In this study, we try to reveal the benefits of migration among them its impact on the world’s economic growth. This balances the
demand-supply in the international labor markets and rightly imbalances it as the world undergoes unequal economic and
demographic development (Otarashvili, 2021). Promoting migration is making the world more balanced, more employed and is
connected with the increase in the geographic range of consequential social interactions, especially when that increase stretches a considerable proportion of all interactions across international or intercontinental limits (Tolly).




How to Cite

MELADZE, E. (2022). Migration and Globalization in the Context of a New World. Journal in Humanities, 11(2). Retrieved from https://jh.ibsu.edu.ge/jms/index.php/SJH/article/view/502