6 edition of European Economic Integration and Italian Labour Policies found in the catalog.
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Gilberto Antonelli (Editor), Nicola De Liso (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||349|
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In this book, a group of leading labor economists and social scientists address an array of concerns about economic integration and provide insight into labor’s likely response. Students of migrant integration policies in Europe have observed a restrictive turn since the early s, which has been interpreted as a shift towards renewed assimilationism, neo‐nationalism, or communitarianism (Kostakopoulou et al., ; Kofman, ; Van Houdt et al., ) in the context of a “culturalization of citizenship.
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Summary: For a long time now, the Italian economy and its labour market have been used as case studies due to the peculiarities they exhibit.
This text is the result of a research project that has successfully analyzed how European economic integration has influenced Italy and particularly its labour market. There is much space for sound, effective policy making and policy implementing to favour MRAs integration in the labour markets that can benefit both foreign and native workers.
If you want to know more about the Italian policy barriers and enablers for the integration of migrants, refugees and asylum applicants into labour markets, please have. Abstract. Globalisation was a fact of life in Europe beforebut as trade shares increased, so did wage and employment instability.
Faced by growing pressure from workers, national authorities established labour compacts — a packet of labour market regulations and social insurance programmes — that defended workers against the risks they faced in and outside the by: Global and European trends and patterns are discussed along with related policy challenges - all with a special focus on European migration after EU enlargement - and the nexus between labour markets and trade integration.
This book will be an invaluable source of information for economists and other economic policy and European integration. European integration is the process of industrial, economic, political, legal, social and cultural integration of states wholly or partially in Europe or nearby.
European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. Print book: International government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Labor market -- European Union countries. Europe -- Economic integration. International economic integration. View. In this book, Fauri and Tedeschi bring together contributions that outline the movement of job seekers and ethnic minority entrepreneurs in Europe, all with the aim of analysing the overall impact of different forms of migration on European economies in the last hundred years.
Through four previous editions, The Economics of European Integration has been the preferred textbook for students of European Economics, European Business and European Studies Reviews: 1.
Focus on the economic analysis of integration: The core of the book explores the topics of trade integration and the macroeconomics of European integration in full.
The up-to-date economic coverage 4/5(1). We update and extend the evidence on European integration and structural reforms by bringing together the literature on reform determinants and on the economic consequences of reforms. 29 Consequently, we first analyse the importance of the ESM and euro as determinants of different dimensions of labour, financial and product market reforms.
As decision-making in policy area after policy area has moved up to the EU level, European integration has increasingly encroached on issues at the very heart of national sovereignty and identity.
Money and monetary policy, economic organization and labor markets, borders and immigration, public services and even welfare guarantees all. Routledge Handbook of the Economics of European Integration provides readers with a brief but comprehensive overview of topics related to the process of European integration in the post-World War II period.
Its short chapters reflect the most up-to-date and concise research, written by a collective of experts on their own subjects. This publication gathers the papers presented at the “OECD-EU dialogue on mobility and international migration: matching economic migration with labour market needs” (Brussels, February ), a conference jointly organised by the European Commission and the OECD.
They must provide good management to ensure a well-functioning European Union characterised by flexibility, integrated labour, product and financial markets and disciplined fiscal policies.
This leads me to the issue I would like to address today, namely the process of European economic integration. Economic and political integration in Europe started a long time ago and has gone through various stages: from the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community in the early s, the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the introduction of the euro to enlargement.
European Economy Discussion Papers are written by the staff of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, or by experts working in association with them, to inform discussion on economic policy and to stimulate debate.
Handbook feeds into a larger policy process in the field of integration in the European Union (EU), notably the development of the European framework on integration. As with previous versions of the Handbook, the third version covers a mixture of ‘substantive’ and ‘methodological’ topics.
The International Organization for Migration's (IOM) two-volume study Migration, Employment and Labour Market Integration Policies in the European Union () investigates evidence of the labour market impact of migration and explores the role of relevant migrant admission and employment policies in the European Union, as well as Croatia, Norway and Turkey.
Theory, Practice, Policy. Author: Willem Molle; Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Through four previous editions The Economics of European Integration by Willem Molle has established itself as a preferred textbook for students of the economics of the EU as well as a reliable reference work for those with a professional.
Stuart Kingsley Holland (born 25 March ) is a British economist and former politician. As a Member of Parliament for the Labour Party, Holland represented the Vauxhall constituency in Lambeth, London, from untilwhen he resigned his seat in order to take up a post at the European University Institute, Florence.
He has held teaching and research posts at the universities of. The Oxford Handbook of the Italian Economy Since Unification Gianni Toniolo Oxford Handbooks. First comprehensive overview in English of Italian economic history in decades; Provides new series of statistics, corrects old sets, and analyzes the long-term quantitative economic history of Italy within an international framework.4.
European integration and its growth effects. Economic growth in the EU 5. Income disparities and the New Economic Geography 6. The EU budget, the Common Agricultural Policy and the EU Regional Policy. This second block of the course will look at the link between European Integration and Economic Growth at the European, national and regional.freedom of movement.
By then, Europe had adopted a common external tariff for trade with third countries. Creating a ‘Green Europe’ was another major project for European integration.
The first regulations on the common agricultural policy (CAP) were adopted and the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF) was set up in