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In One Ear, Out The Other


  • Lorca-Susino, Maria


The Union Members had some many problems to solve when drafting the Treaty of Rome (1958) that very little attention was paid to social policies provisions on the rights of workers, even less space was devoted to the migration of labour in the common market and the idea of full employment was considered a chimera. Simply, unemployment, as such, was not a Community concern at the time; although, by 1990 unemployment became the EU´s most intractable economic problem .

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  • Lorca-Susino, Maria, 2006. "In One Ear, Out The Other," MPRA Paper 7323, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:7323

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    Employment policies; ¨Employment; Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities; Luxembourg Jobs Summit; European Employment Strategy (EES);

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    • A10 - General Economics and Teaching - - General Economics - - - General


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