Labour mobility in the EU / edited by Kristina Toplak and Mojca Vah Jevšnik.
Contributor(s): Toplak, Kristina [edt, aut] | Vah Jevšnik, Mojca [edt, aut] | Inštitut za slovensko izseljenstvo in migracije ZRC SAZU.Material type: TextSeries: Migracije, 28.Publisher: Ljubljana : Založba ZRC SAZU, 2018Edition: 1st ed.Description: 159 str. : ilustr. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9789610500520.Subject(s): Europska unija | europske migracije | mobilnost radne snage
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The Complex Interplay of Multiple and Multi-Level Effects of Labour Mobility in the EU / Mojca Vah Jevšnik, Kristina Toplak -- Mobility in Europe: Theoretical Insights / Cirila Toplak -- The Ethical Dimension of Healthcare Worker Mobility / Mojca Vah Jevšnik -- The Mobility of Artists and Culture. Professionals in the European Union / Kristina Toplak -- Being Posted, Having Problems? Letter (and a Box) from Slovenia / Nataša Rogelja, Jernej Mlekuž -- Croatian Paid Domestic and Elder Care Workers in Italy Local Aspects of a Global Story / Duga Mavrinac -- Brain Drain from Slovenia: National and Regional Aspects of "Brain Circulation" / Damir Josipovič.
The book Labour Mobility in the EU is an edited volume that explores a variety of existing and emerging challenges concerning labour mobility in the EU through the prism of different professions and mobile professionals. A multidisciplinary approach and the utilization of different methodologies pave the path for analytical discussions about the effects of intra EU mobility, efficiency and equity of free mobility within the EU and multiple implications for individuals, states and national policies. The book opens with a theoretical chapter, which provides an exhaustive insight into the mobility as a theoretical concept, policy agenda and fundamental European value. Next, the complex interplay of multiple and multi-level effects of labour mobility is illuminated through five case studies that outline the dilemmas, paradoxes, impacts and consequences of intra EU mobility on the case of mobility of healthcare workers, artists and creative workers, posted workers, care workers and highly educated professionals. The contributing authors case studies are a result of longstanding scholarly research and active participation in a variety of projects relating to mobility.