Forlaget Nord 2004, 68 s.
Bogomtale fra forlaget.
This report deals with the possible
effects of the forthcoming enlargement of the EU on the migration of Baltic
labour towards the Nordic countries. Based on data from a living condition
survey in the Baltic countries, the proportion of each country’s population that
intend to migrate is described, as well as some of their main characteristics.
The findings are related to data on former migration and economic incentives for
migration. Finally, the report briefly treats the challenges increased migration
entails for the area of control and regulation of wages and working conditions.
2 The Nordic labour markets and labour immigration: An overview
General features of Nordic labour market regulations
agreements in the Nordic labour markets
Residence and work permits regulations in the Nordic
Nordic and Baltic nationals in the Nordic countries
3 Mobility in the Baltic States
Former trends in mobility in the
The Norbalt living conditions surveys
from the Baltic States
Reasons for wanting to migrate
destinations for migration
The labour markets and living conditions in the
4 Facing a Baltic invasion?
Possible effects of
Uncertain predictions of future migration
surveillance of working conditions
Challenges for the Nordic