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Alicia Sorroza Blanco

Alicia Sorroza Blanco

She is currently preparing for a Doctorate and Diploma in Advanced European Studies at the Instituto ...
Andreas Ette

Andreas Ette

Education 1997–2000: Studies in Political Sciences and Geography, Westfälische ...
Carmen Gonzalez Enriquez

Carmen Gonzalez Enriquez

A Doctor in Political Science and Sociology, Carmen González-Enríquez is currently a Professor ...
Roderick  Parkes

Roderick Parkes

Roderick Parkes heads the EU programme at PISM. Prior to that, he worked as a researcher at the ...
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The EU performance in the global competition for highly-skilled migrants

on February 25, 2013, 12:18
Policy paper - Alicia Sorroza Blanco, Andreas Ette, Carmen Gonzalez Enriquez and Roderick Parkes

This Policy Paper is a contribution of Andreas Ette (for SWP), Roderick Parkes (SWP-PISM), Alicia Sorroza  (Elcano) and Carmen Gonzales Enriquez (Elcano), to the project Think Global – Act European (TGAE). Thinking strategically about the EU’s external action directed by Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute (report available in March 2013, dir. Elvire Fabry, Senior Research Fellow, Notre Europe – Jacques Delors Institute).

 

European efforts to attract highly-qualified immigration face several obstacles, from the non-existence of a true intra-European labour market to the difficulties resulting from the overly timid design of the Blue Card. It is still impossible to evaluate the Blue Card’s effect but the changes that have taken place in the European migratory framework since its approval in 2009 should now allow the re-drafting of the Directive to offer a more attractive channel to qualified immigrants. During the past few years, several European countries have adopted new initiatives to attract this immigrant-type, bringing about a set of experiences over which a new common and more ambitious framework can be built. In this context, the paper presents several proposals such as enhanced cooperation amongst sub-sets of member states with similar salary structures, the opening of the academic admissions gate, or measures to enhance intra-European labour mobility of both EU citizens and third-country nationals.

 
Before the publication of the final report presenting the key recommendations of the 16 think tanks involved in the project, 5 series of policy papers address the following key challenges: migration, EU neighbourhood, CSDP, strategic resources and economic policy.

 

This Policy Paper is part of the series entitled "EU migration strategy: how to respond to the unanswered demographic challenge?” which includes contributions by Hans Martens (EPC), Ruby Gropas (Eliamep), Sergio Carrera, Leonard Den Hertog and Joanna Parkin (CEPS), Thanos Maroukis and Anna Triandafylliou (Eliamep).


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