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|a Labour Mobility in the European Union as an Example of the Transnationalization of Employment |h [electronic resource] / |c by Torben Krings.
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|a 1st ed. 2024.
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|a 1 online resource (VI, 147 p.) 20 illus., 3 illus. in color.
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|a Introduction: Freedom of movement in a transnational space of inequality -- Extent and labor market effects of intra-European mobility since 2004 -- Germany and Austria: Immigration between precarious labor mobility and skilled migration -- Great Britain and Ireland: New migration in the context of boom and crisis -- Denmark and Sweden: Cross-border labor mobility as a challenge to the "Scandinavian model" -- Cross-border labor mobility and the (trans)national regulation of labor standards in Europe -- The future of cross-border labor mobility in Europe.
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|a This book examines the changing significance of intra-European labor mobility in the 21st century. The focus is on the driving forces, the labor market effects and the regulation of this mobility. It is shown that there is a demand for workers with different qualifications in the "post-industrial" societies of Western Europe. This demand is primarily met by migration from the enlarged EU. However, this is no longer traditional labor migration, but the mobility of EU citizens. This brings with it new opportunities, but also challenges in a transnational mobility space, which is also a space of inequality. Torben Krings works as an Associate Professor at the Department of Economic and Organizational Sociology at the Johannes Kepler University Linz. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence. A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content.
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