Between mobility and migration : The consequences and governance of intra-European movement

@inproceedings{Ostaijen2018BetweenMA,
  title={Between mobility and migration : The consequences and governance of intra-European movement},
  author={Mark van Ostaijen and Peter Scholten},
  year={2018}
}
One of the cornerstones of the development of the European Union is the principle of free movement within the EU. The EU has created an unprecedented area in which not just capital, goods and services but also people can move around relatively freely. This freedom of movement is guaranteed by EU law and enshrined in the principles of the Lisbon strategy with the objective of creating ‘more and better jobs, by reducing obstacles to mobility’ (European Commission 2004, 2007). Especially after the… CONTINUE READING