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Labour strategies, cross-border solidarity and the mobility of health workers : Evidence from five New Member States
Shortages of health workers in Western Europe have been addressed, in part, by recruitment from New Member States. In addition to concerns regarding social dumping and cohesion, the loss of human capital and subsequent ...
Explaining 'varieties of solidarity': Labour mobility and trade unions in an enlarged Europe
The enlargement of the European Union in 2004 and 2007 simultaneously extended the freedom of movement to workers from new Member States and sharpened existing economic inequalities within the EU. Drawing on the data of ...
The Institutional, Structural and Agential Embeddedness of Precarity: an Engagement with Guy Standing
Guy Standing’s book The Precariat has had a significant impact in stimulating a debate about the changing nature of work across the broad sweep of the global economy. He advances the notion of precarious workers, originally ...