Labour Force Migration Effects within European Union
Carmen Mihaela Tudorache
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Carmen Mihaela Tudorache: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2006, vol. 8(503), issue 8(503), 91-96
Within the EU, there is no common policy on migration; there are common policies on certain aspects of migration. The Member States fear of migration, but their economies and societies will further need migrant workers. Labour force migration have positive, but also negative consequences for all parties involved: receiving countries, origin countries and migrant workers. Within this framework, a common approach of the migration management and the harmonization of the economic migration policies of the Member States represent already one of the most important challenges for the European Union and will be further emphasized.
Keywords: migration; economic migration; migration policies; migration effects; origin country; receiving country. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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