September 13, 2018
Along the borders between the “old“ and the ”new” EU, where sizeable differences in income and economic development persist, cross-border commuting and other forms of economically based cross-border relations have become increasingly relevant. This working paper analyses the perceptions of experts and civil servants of the effects of Eastern European enlargement in the Austrian-Hungarian and the Austrian-Slovak border regions with a particular focus on the labour market and the education sector.
July 16, 2018
The findings of this new paper suggest that immigration pushes UK-born workers towards jobs characterized by lower physical burden and injury risk. It suggests that this could reduce overall health care, human, and financial costs.
9 August 2018
This is the last in a series of three papers of work package 11. It looks at the practices of media in the reporting of migration and intra-EU mobility in a set of EU member states: Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK.
6 August 2018
This new paper looks at why some Europeans support immigration from within the EU while rejecting immigration from elsewhere.
11 July 2018
This paper explores to what extent EU citizens distinguish between immigration from within and outside Europe and whether the effects of immigration on welfare services play a role.