2 edition of Economic and social features of households in the member states of the European Community found in the catalog.
Economic and social features of households in the member states of the European Community
1982 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, European Community Information Service [distributor] in Luxembourg, Washington, D.C .
Written in English
Includes statistical tables.
|Statement||by Comitato italiano per lo studio dei problemi della populazione.|
|Contributions||Comitato italiano per lo studio dei problemi della popolazione.|
|LC Classifications||HA1107.5 .E26 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||83159875|
The authors argue that although the South to North migratory route has been re-established during the recent economic crisis, there are several features that make the previous and current migration waves barely comparable. Similarly, the migration of third country nationals fleeing their homeland to enter the EU due to political or economic instability has also continued Fargues and Frandrichand numbers increased significantly in The fact that post-war Southern European guest workers progressively became mobile EU workers as their home state took part in the European integration process is a good illustration of how political projects can change the vocabulary used to describe people on the move see Chap. On the other hand, Spain and Greece appear to have been less reactive, in spite of the large emigration waves of recent years. With this approach, the authors examine how the sense of political alert about a possible brain drain intertwines with post-crisis labour market reforms. The intensity of the crisis provides the second line of variation.
In Member States such as Germany and the United Kingdom, the numbers of workers in temporary and precarious low-paid jobs were already significant before the crisis. In Southern Europe, the intensification of departures often preceded the financial and economic crisis but received little interest for years because those flows were overshadowed by larger influxes of foreigners moving to these countries. Rebooting migration theory: Interdisciplinarity, globality, and postdisciplinarity in migration studies. Labour mobility in the EU: Challenges and perspectives for a genuine European labour market. Living in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods as a proxy for a range of environmental exposures has been linked to higher rates of injury in both adults and children Cubbin et al.
Chumakov, M. Cities in the United States tend to be less compact and have fewer public transportation and nonmotorized travel options and longer commuting distances than cities in other high-income countries Richardson and Bae, Traditionally, geographic mobility has been considered by social scientists as a key strategy employed by individuals and households in order to cope with economic hardship. Google Scholar Promberger, M.
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Another notable example is the evidence linking lead exposures to cognitive development in children Bellinger, ; Levin et al. EU employment and social situation quarterly review.
Authors and Affiliations. As this new wave of emigration has triggered debates and policy responses at the local, national and EU level, this book thus seeks—through a systematic analysis of these case studies—to shed light on the lessons that can be learned from this changing climate in EU migration.
Understanding the diversity of EU migration policy in practice: The implementation of the blue card initiative. One theory for the tendency of some immigrant groups to have better health outcomes than might be expected on the basis of their incomes and education see Chapter 6 is the social support immigrants often provide one another Matthews et al.
For policy-makers, the geographic scale at which stimuli for policy reforms occur necessarily affects their ability to react. First, we intend to identify the scale and nature of this new Southern European wave of emigration and the socio-economic integration of these migrants within Northern European destination countries.
This changing socio-political context has triggered different reactions among political elites towards these new flows in both sending and receiving countries. These programmes, which were advertised in Southern Europe, caught the attention of thousands of young Spaniards, who moved to Germany with a contract guaranteeing an apprenticeship and language classes.
Second, this book will look at the politics and policies of immigration from the perspective of both the sending and the receiving nations. Therefore, households determine the production line of a country. At the political level, the Commission has also repeated in different communications made by its Commissioner responsible for employment, social affairs and inclusion that freedom of circulation concerns only a small minority of EU workers.
Second, because this volume does not have a purely comparative ambition, the eight countries under study were selected along two lines. Framing all contemporary migrations from Southern Europe as crisis-related flows might therefore hide a more complex reality: certain profiles of migrants—such as low-skilled workers—were already moving before the crisis, which in itself only served to intensify the phenomenon.
Walsh and J. The authors argue that evidence from the multidimensional exploration of new South-North migration contained in this volume shows that while new Southern European migration has not been the most important migration phenomenon in Europe in the past decade, its study is key to understanding contemporary migration dynamics within the EU.
In Spain, the very acknowledgement of the existence of crisis-related migration is a topic of contention between governing and opposition parties. The UK is also characterized by a political and policy context of anti-immigration sentiment in the mainstream political discourse, often conflated with a criticism of the EU system of free movement.
Google Scholar Black, R. Google Scholar Engbersen, G. Because of the uncertainties regarding the profile and motivations of those who leave their home country, Southern European governments have been speculating on the impact of this loss of labour force and on the appropriate policy response to adopt.
However, existing research has not yet identified any correlation between the scale of a crisis and the importance of the reforms adopted in reaction to it. Whereas Belgium and the United Kingdom have reacted mostly with hostility, France could be qualified as being indifferent and Germany very encouraging towards specific types of new Southern EU migrants.
In other words, this book seeks an answer to the following question: have old South-North migration routes within Europe reopened?
Liquid migration. Rebooting migration theory: Interdisciplinarity, globality, and postdisciplinarity in migration studies.
In addition, the circular nature of migratory moves applies to a non-negligible number of Southern Europeans. A continent moving west?The Euro and European Economic Conditions Martin S.
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