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Croatian yearbook of European law & policy, Vol.3. No.3. November 2007. -

Summary: This paper questions the necessity and legitimacy of transitional

arrangements in the field of free movement of workers imposed on the ten Central and

Eastern European states which joined the EU in 2004 and 2007. It addresses the issue of

free movement of labour in the enlarged Union in the context of the policy reasoning

behind such transitional arrangements. Present transitional periods are contrasted with

other solutions such as allowing immigration quotas, which would have been politically

fairer and psychologically wiser in confronting the arguments on the divide between

‘first class’ and ‘second class’ EU membership. The paper suggests that the results of the

most recent studies, showing that the fears of the old Member States were mostly

unfounded and that economic and social benefits result from the free movement of

workers in the EU, should be taken into consideration for the next enlargement.



Autor: Iris Goldner Lang -

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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