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Free movement of labour in Europe: a solution for better labour allocation?

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  • Janine Leschke
  • Béla Galgóczi

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This Working Paper describes the main trends in post-enlargement east/west intra-EU labour mobility. It looks at how different population groups, nationals, EU8 and EU21 migrants have been affected by the turbulent processes of opening up national labour markets and subsequently by the crisis.

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  • Janine Leschke & Béla Galgóczi, 2015. "Free movement of labour in Europe: a solution for better labour allocation?," Working Papers 13713, European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).
  • Handle: RePEc:etu:wpaper:13713
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    1. Iva Pires & Flávio Nunes, 2018. "Labour mobility in the Euroregion Galicia–Norte de Portugal: constraints faced by cross-border commuters," European Planning Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 26(2), pages 376-395, February.

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