The 2004 EU Enlargement as an Outcome of Public Policies: The Impact of Intra-EU Mobility on Central and Eastern European Sending Countries
- Izabela Grabowska
This article analyses the impact of mobility on sending CEE countries after the biggest EU enlargementof2004withsomereferenceto the EUenlargement of2007. It ispresentedonthe fifteenth anniversary of the biggest historical EUenlargementwith a disclaimer that economic and social changes are still enduring. The aim of this article is to explain the interlinked economic and social impacts of EU enlargements on CEE sending countries relating to:GDP, wages,economic remittances,welfaresystemsandemployment,humancapital (tangibleand intangible), social remittances and social mobility. It is proved here, that exploring and exploiting the complex catalogue of available arguments and findings across CEE countries, EU enlargements can be seen as outcomes of a set of top-down public policies with their regulation(EUlaw), distribution(four freedoms)andredistributionfunctions (EUfunds)along with bottom-up activities and developments of migrants themselves.
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- Social Policy and Society, ISSN 1474-7464, e-ISSN 1475-3073
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- EU enlargement, mobility, impact, public policy.
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- DOI:10.1017/S147474642000024X opening in a new tab
- https://doi.org/10.1017/S147474642000024X opening in a new tab
- (en) English
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