EU Labour Migration since Enlargement by BA©la GalgA?czi, Janine Leschke, Andrew Watt

By BA©la GalgA?czi, Janine Leschke, Andrew Watt

Targeting labour activities in Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Germany, Sweden and the uk, this ebook examines the stories and features of those international locations within the run as much as, and especially seeing that, european accession in might 2004 while complete entry to the labour industry was once suspended on the discretion of the hot member states. A workforce of nationwide labour economists and migration specialists offer an outline of the industrial and labour marketplace dynamics confronted via european member states. additionally they learn and current info at the numbers of staff that experience moved, in addition to their features and the results at the labour markets they've got joined - in addition to these they've got left. Separate contributions by means of coverage specialists aspect the responses through governments, employers and exchange unions within the nations of beginning and vacation spot, interpreting even if the demanding situations raised via the move of labour were met.

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