Temper Project | New TEMPER Working Paper “Coding legal regimes of immigration entry to the EU with a focus on labour migration”
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New TEMPER Working Paper “Coding legal regimes of immigration entry to the EU with a focus on labour migration”

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One of the main objectives of TEMPER is to take full advantage of the ImPol tool, in combination with other instruments to analyse the effect that varying degrees of flexibility in conditions of entry, stay and return have on mobility patterns to the EU from different countries of origin, and different types of migrants. Consequently the WP8 team has expanded ImPol to include work-related migration by different skill levels to enable comparisons between different types of labour migration policies. We have devised indicators to measure policy restrictiveness by a.) Admissions and eligibility, b.) The rights granted to migrant workers, and c.) The circularity, return and transitions permitted on different types of labour migration policies. We do this through a unique methodology, which allows researchers to codify different types of work migration diachronically and in a consistent, transparent way.

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