People on the move: migration and mobility in the European Union (2018)

The book offers numerous insights into migration and mobility in the European Union. This volume shows the relatively high support for intra-EU migration as opposed to immigration from outside the EU, and documents how emigration away from Central and Eastern Europe has created labour shortages in that part of the world and has also affected its demographics. The book also surveys research on the economic impact of migration and analyses the importance of education for integration of immigrants into the labour market. It finds that in many EU countries, second- and third-generation descendants of immigrants are much less well integrated into the labour market and have worse educational outcomes than natives.

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