ROLE OF EUROPEAN MOBILITY AND ITS IMPACTS IN NARRATIVES, DEBATES AND EU REFORMS

Impacts of Return Migration in Poland

Impacts of Return Migration in Poland

May 14, 2019

Working Paper

As barriers to labour mobility within the EU have been lifted for migrants from Central and Eastern Europe, repeat and circular migration have become more common. However, not much is known about who is involved in this form of mobility. In the case of Poland, a significant number of those who migrated during the post-accession period have since returned, but research on how this migration effects re-integration into the Polish labour market has so far been limited. This paper aims to build a better understanding of this issue, based on census and Labour Force Survey data, and Central Statistical Office estimates.

 

 

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Now available on our website: paper on the impacts of return migration in Poland, by our colleagues @ICMPD 👉 https://t.co/yB28Ugjh5S

Over the rest of this year we will be working to make the data used in REMINDER's research available via @TheAUSSDA. Check out the first tranche: conversations about migration and media with 221 journalists in 9 European countries👇@MigObs @COMPAS_oxford @ejcnet

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New data published: Results from conversations about mobility and migration with 221 journalists and organisation’s spokespeople in 9 European countries. Background: https://t.co/YpdHPeOTn1 Data & documentation: https://t.co/34eUCBDlQ9 @EU_REMINDER @EricKarstens @BarbaraKuznik

@britishfuture @sundersays @apoliticalco Very interesting discussion. Some recently published materials that might be useful for participants include the new OUP book (available free) Bridging the Gaps https://t.co/e0FXqSQQ7B and this recent stuff from @EU_REMINDER: https://t.co/jjrkPDS64a

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