University of A Coruna, Spain
Abstract: Freedom of movement of workers in the EU is not only an individual right, but also makes good economic sense. It contributes to the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy by making it easier to fill cyclical and structural labour shortages and offering people opportunities for upward economic and social mobility. However, labour mobility also represents a challenge for a number of traditionally national policies, from education and health to taxation and pensions, which creates an ever greater need for a coordinated approach at EU level.
Data: 25 de junho de 2015 - 15:00
Local: ESEIG - Anfiteatro Joaquim Ribeiro