A European mobility assistance scheme

Tito Boeri, Herbert Brücker, 22 April 2014



Policymakers are petrified by increasing sentiments against migration across Europe. The Swiss population has voted against the free movement of workers; the Cameron government in the UK has requested a renegotiation of the EU’s treaties asking explicitly for restrictions on labour mobility within the Union – a pillar of the Common Market since the Rome Treaty.

Topics: EU policies, Labour markets, Migration
Tags: EU migration, mobility assistance scheme

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