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2018 | nr 5 (977) | 195--210
Tytuł artykułu

Transforming Ukraine from Grainbasket to Brainbasket: the Role of the Diaspora

Warianty tytułu
Rola diaspory w transformacji gospodarki Ukrainy z surowcowej w przemysłową
Języki publikacji
EN
Abstrakty
Celem artykułu jest określenie roli diaspory w rozwoju przemysłu technologicznego na Ukrainie. Dokonany przegląd literatury pozwolił na lepsze zrozumienie terminu "diaspora" oraz wskazanie różnic pomiędzy tym pojęciem a pojęciem migracji. Podano przykłady państw, w których rozwoju gospodarczym diaspora odegrała kluczową rolę, co potwierdziło zasadność analizy tego zjawiska na Ukrainie. W celu opisania działań diaspory w sektorze technologicznym na Ukrainie oraz określenia ich motywów przeprowadzone zostały badania empiryczne w formie pogłębionego wywiadu z kluczowym informatorem. Wyniki badań wskazują na to, że wkład diaspory jest obecny w wielu dziedzinach rozwoju gospodarczego Ukrainy, w tym w sektorze technologicznym. Motyw podejmowania przedsięwzięć, który odróżnia diasporę od przedsiębiorców spoza Ukrainy, to poczucie odpowiedzialności za dobrobyt swojego kraju pochodzenia.(abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The article identifies the role of diaspora in the development of Ukraine's tech sector. It presents a review of the literature on diaspora in order to deepen understanding of the term and how diaspora differs from migration. It looks at other countries in which diaspora communities played a key role in economic development and applies these findings to legitimise, the analysis of Ukraine. To learn more about the undertakings of those in the diaspora as well as their motives as they apply to Ukraine's tech sector, empirical studies were conducted in the form of in-depth interviews. The results show that the diaspora contributes in numerous dimensions of Ukraine's economic development, including the tech sector. The main motive of activities distinguishing diaspora from non-Ukrainian entrepreneurs is the sense of responsibility those who have gone forth feel for Ukraine's well-being.(original abstract)
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Strony
195--210
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie, doktorant
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