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Student
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Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anna Klimenko
Migration Policy Model for Overcoming Deficit of Employable Citizens: Comparative Analysis of Japan and South Korea
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
This course paper examines the migration policy of Japan and South Korea, as well as its impact on the shortage of employable citizens caused by the aging of the population. These states were chosen for analysis because of its common characteristics: aging of the population, difficulty in adaptation for migrants due to a particular culture and language, pride of its citizens because of their mono-ethnicity and negative attitudes towards foreigners. First part reveals the problem of the shortage of employable citizens, secondly, I give a description of the migration policy of Japan and South Korea and analyze it using the Advocacy Coalition Framework theory.

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