[1] Baas, M. (2019). The education‐migration industry: International students, migration policy and the question of skills. International Migration, 57(3), 222–234.

[2] Bell, D. N., & Blanchflower, D. G. (2011). Young people and the Great Recession. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 27(2), 241–267.

[3] Bil, M., Mulska, O., Baraniak, I., Makhoniuk, O., & Karp’iak, M. (2021). Assessment of the impact of migration mobility of youth on human potential of the Carpathian region. Lviv (in Ukr.)

[4] Dabasi-Halász, Z., Kiss, J., Manafi, I., Marinescu, D. E., Lipták, K., Roman, M., & Lorenzo-Rodriguez, J. (2019). International youth mobility in Eastern and Western Europe – the case of the Erasmus+ programme. Migration Letters, 16(1), 61–72.

[5] Defining youth in contemporary national legal and policy frameworks across EUROPE (n.d.). Youth Partnership.

[6] Demireva, N., & Quassoli, F. (2019). The Lived Experiences of Migration: An Introduction. Social Inclusion, 7(4), 1–6.

[7] Huijsmans, R. (2017). Exploring the «Age Question» in Research on Young Migrants in Southeast Asia. Journal of Population and Social Studies, 25(2), 122–134.

[8] Youth and migration (2020). International Dialogue on migration, no 29. International Organization for Migration (IOM).

[9] Legislation of Ukraine (n.d.). Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. (in Ukr.)

[10] Libanova, E. (ed.) (2010). Youth and youth policy in Ukraine: socio-demographic aspects. Kyiv (in Ukr.)

[11] Lulle, А., Janta, H., & Emilsson, H. (2021). Introduction to the Special Issue: European youth migration: human capital outcomes, skills and competences. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47(8), 1725–1739.

[12] Manafi, I., Marinescu, D., Roman, M., & Hemming, K. (2017). Mobility in Europe: Recent trends from a cluster analysis. Amfiteatru Economic, 46(19), 711–726.

[13] Maydanik, I. (2011). Ukrainian youth in foreign labor markets of state. Kyiv (in Ukr.)

[14] Nychyporenko, S. (2011). Youth family policy in Ukraine. Uman (in Ukr.)

[15] O’Reilly, J., Eichhorst, W., Gábos, A., Hadjivassiliou, K., Lain, D., Leschke, J., McGuinness, S., Kureková, L. M., Nazio, T., Ortlieb, R., Russell, H., & Villa, P. (2015). Five characteristics of youth unemployment in Europe: Flexibility, education, migration, family legacies, and EU policy. Sage Open, 5(1), 1-19.

[16] O’Reilly, J., Moyart, C., Nazio, T., & Smith, M. (2017). Youth Employment. STYLE Handbook.

[17] Pécoud, А., & Guchteneire, P. (2006). International migration, border controls and human rights: Assessing the relevance of a right to mobility. Journal of Borderlands Studies, 21(1), 69–86.

[18] Policy Paper on Youth & Migration (2008). European Youth Forum.

[19] Smith, D. P., Rérat, P., & Sage, J. (2014). Youth migration and spaces of education. Children's Geographies, 12(1), 1–8.

[20] State targeted social program «Youth of Ukraine» for 2021-2025 2.06.2021. Legislation of Ukraine. (in Ukr.)

[21] Strategy of human development. Decree of the President of Ukraine 225/2021 02.06. 2021. Legislation of Ukraine. (in Ukr.)

[22] Talent on the Move. Listening to children and young people on the move to unlock their potential (2021). United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

[23] Ukraine's Recovery Plan Blueprint (2022). Ukraine Recovery Conference, 4-5 July.

[24] Van Mol, C. (2016). Migration aspirations of European youth in times of crisis. Journal of youth studies, 19(10), 1303–1320.

[25] Verkhovna rada of Ukraine. (2021). On the main principles of youth policy. Law of Ukraine 1414-IX 27.04.2021. Legislation of Ukraine. (in Ukr.)

[26] Zaiceva, А. (2014). The impact of aging on the scale of migration. IZA. World of Labor, 99.