New post by Adrian Favell on the LSE BrexitVote blog
Adrian Favell compares the effects of migration on the labour markets in the UK, Germany, Denmark and he Netherlands.
In a new blog post on the LSE BrexitVote blog, Adrian Favell compares Britain’s experience with that of other member states, arguing how well it has done out of freedom of movement.
The post compares the effects of migration on the labour markets in the UK, Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands:
"The UK has a flexible, well-educated migrant workforce at its disposal – unlike other countries, some of which have lost qualified workers or are struggling to deal with inflows from outside the EU."
"...strong implementation of EU norms of non-discrimination by nationality in the UK has seen British employers readily employing better qualified, more motivated foreign workers, across a full range of employment opportunities, in a much more competitive and mobile environment."