Edited by Ewald Nowotny, Peter Mooslechner and Doris Ritzberger-Grünwald
Combining both academic and practitioner perspectives, this book provides authoritative insights into the integration of European labour markets against the background of increasing international labour mobility.
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- The Integration of European Labour Markets
- Introduction: The Successful Integration of European Labour Markets Matters
- Chapter 1: Labour Mobility and the Integration of European Labour Markets
- Chapter 2: The Difficulties of Managing Labour Migration: Spain’s Experience in the European Context
- Chapter 3: Can International Migration Ever be Made a Pareto Improvement?
- Chapter 4: Do Stricter Migration Policies Deter FDI?
- Chapter 5: Labour Mobility in the Enlarged EU: Causes, Constraints and Potential
- Chapter 6: Polish Emigration to the UK After EU Enlargement in 2004: A ‘Natural Experiment’ for Testing the Rationality of Migration Choice
- Chapter 7: Immigration, Occupation and Wages
- Chapter 8: Emigration, Labour Shortages and Brain Drain in the New EU Member States: Some Descriptive Evidence
- Chapter 9: International Migration and Remittances in the Balkans: The Case of Bulgaria
- Chapter 10: Economic Integration and Labour Market Policy in EMU
- Chapter 11: New Trade in New Europe
- Chapter 12: The Wage Effects of Economic Integration: A Sectoral Perspective in the Enlarged European Union
- Chapter 13: The Distributional Effects of Trade on Austrian Wages
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