Intégration européenne et politiques du marché du travail: quel consensus entre parlementaires français et allemands ?
Friedrich Heinemann (),
Eckhard Janeba () and
Revue d'économie politique, 2017, vol. 127, issue 5, 737-759
This paper presents the results of a survey on the future of European integration conducted in the national parliaments of both France and Germany. In particular, we collected the opinions of members of national parliaments on more involvement of the European Union in labor market policies of Member States. We also asked them about their views on the creation of a common unemployment insurance and whether more flexibility is needed in national labor markets. After reporting descriptive and summary statistics, we show that for the majority of questions the answers reflect more of an ideological (left/right) division than a French/German one.
Keywords: European integration; survey; French and German members of national parliament; labor market policies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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