The EU Blue Card Scheme: on the way to the harmonization of economic migration in the European Union

Isabella Kieber
The globalized increase of worldwide competition has also created a rising of opportunities for economic migration, and therefore for labor mobility and migration across political borders, particularly for those highly qualified workers who are in great demand among leading economies. While industrial states such as the USA, Canada and Australia have already been following migration policies especially designed to attract most skilled labor for several decades, the European Union, or more specifically its Member States...
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