Uwarunkowania społeczno-ekonomiczne osadnictwa uchodźców bułgarskich w latach 20. XX wieku

Balcanica Posnaniensia

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Title Uwarunkowania społeczno-ekonomiczne osadnictwa uchodźców bułgarskich w latach 20. XX wieku
Socio-economic conditions of refugees’ settlement in Bulgaria in the 1920s
 
Creator Paszkiewicz, Jędrzej
 
Subject Bułgaria, uchodźcy, imigranci, osadnictwo / Bulgaria, refugees, immigrants, settlement
Bulgaria, refugees, immigrants, settlement
 
Description Socio-economic conditions of refugees’ settlement in Bulgaria in the 1920s.The influx of immigrants into Bulgaria during the first two decades of 20th century was aresult of the two lost armed conflicts and border shifts between 1913 and 1918. These changesin turn resulted in disruption of the socio-political and economic situation within the country.The government was unable to efficiently overcome the consequences of high immigration,which aggravated the already present social and economic difficulties and threatened the internal stability of the state. On the other hand, in spite of the grave political and economiccrisis, certain measures were undertaken to counter the negative tendencies, with state supportfor the agricultural settlement. The partial success of the above was possible due to theagriculture reform introduced in 1924 and financial credits from abroad (1926, 1928). Theoutcome was sufficient for the Bulgarian government to deem the settlement action a success, an enhancement of the country's internal stability and  appeasement of the general public. Nevertheless, a number of pressing issues remained, resulting mostly from a lack of systemic support to the immigrants and their families. The refugee integration process was hindered bythe lack of a secure economic foundation and the differences among the particular socialgroups. 
The influx of immigrants into Bulgaria during the first two decades of 20th century was aresult of the two lost armed conflicts and border shifts between 1913 and 1918. These changesin turn resulted in disruption of the socio-political and economic situation within the country.The government was unable to efficiently overcome the consequences of high immigration,which aggravated the already present social and economic difficulties and threatened the internal stability of the state. On the other hand, in spite of the grave political and economiccrisis, certain measures were undertaken to counter the negative tendencies, with state supportfor the agricultural settlement. The partial success of the above was possible due to theagriculture reform introduced in 1924 and financial credits from abroad (1926, 1928). Theoutcome was sufficient for the Bulgarian government to deem the settlement action a success, an enhancement of the country's internal stability and  appeasement of the general public. Nevertheless, a number of pressing issues remained, resulting mostly from a lack of systemic support to the immigrants and their families. The refugee integration process was hindered bythe lack of a secure economic foundation and the differences among the particular socialgroups.
 
Publisher Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
 
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Date 2018-02-20
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/bp/article/view/9944
10.14746/bp.2017.24.5
 
Source Balcanica Posnaniensia Acta et studia; Vol 24 (2017); 61-82
Balcanica Posnaniensia. Acta et studia; Vol 24 (2017); 61-82
2450-3177
0239-4278
 
Language pol
 
Relation http://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/bp/article/view/9944/12146
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Jędrzej Paszkiewicz
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/4.0
 

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