GIS monitoring pendulum labor migration as a problem of regional governance


Doctor of Economics, Professor of Economics
Russia, University "Dubna"
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Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics
Russia, University "Dubna"
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In this paper, the method of GIS technologies were defined distance and duration of the trips home-work of more than 700 thousand. Moscow workers in 2001. This data has allowed to visualize patterns of movement pendulum migrant suburbs within the spatial approach and explore their individual characteristics analytically. We discuss the relevance and the prospects offered by the innovative methods of analysis of pendulum labor migration for regional management tasks.


Commuting, GIS, regional economics and management, spatial economics, gender, age, income.

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The work was performed as part of the grant RFBR 11-06-00323-a and 14-06-00249-a.

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Shitova Julija Jur'evna , Shitov Jurij Aleksandrovich
GIS monitoring pendulum labor migration as a problem of regional governance// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #2 (62). Art. # 6206. Date issued: . Available at:

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