The European Union and Immigration from New Member Countries
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While Ireland, the United Kingdom and Sweden were fairly open to immigrants from these countries, the other EU members imposed many restrictions on the movement of workers from the new member states. The case then compares the impact of immigration on the three EU member states that chose to allow immigrants in, with the countries which followed a more restrictive approach. It ends by examining the issue of the expected eventual decrease in the EU's population in the coming years/decades and the need for these countries to supplement their indigenous labor markets with immigrants.
» Understand why people migrate from one place to another
Immigration within EU, EU enlargement, EU labor markets, Movement of labor, European community, Copenhagen criteria, Immigration curbs in EU
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