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Labour Mobility in the EU: Dynamics, Patterns and Policies

Barslund et al. (2014) “Labour Mobility in the EU: Dynamics, Patterns and Policies“, INTERECONOMICS, Vol 49, No. 3· Μάιος/ Ιούνιος 2014.


The continued economic crisis has become a major test for the labour markets of individual member states. Labour mobility within the European Union has the potential to help to reduce labour market pressures and ease economic imbalances. However, a long-term loss of working age population can be detrimental to sending countries. This Forum explores mobility patterns within the European Union and analyses the labour market and welfare effects of labour mobility via case studies of the UK, Poland, Germany and Spain. It also examines a number of its aspects that have important political and institutional relevance for the European Union and its future.


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