Three years later: Italy and the free movement of new EU workers

  • Roberta Nunin
Keywords: labour law, EU workers, European regulations, European Community

Abstract

The freedom of movement of workers as one of the four main pillars of the EU can be defined as a neutral principle, which ensures its use in both the economic area for which it was created and also the social area. This paper focuses on Italy’s response with regard to implementing this principle in the last two rounds of EU enlargement in 2004 and 2007. This rule guarantees workers freedom of movement, including the elimination of any discrimination on the basis of the nationality of workers from member states with regard to employment, pay, and other work and employment conditions.
Published
2014-03-25
How to Cite
Nunin, R. (2014). Three years later: Italy and the free movement of new EU workers. Central European Public Administration Review, 5(1). https://doi.org/10.17573/cepar.v5i1.76
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Articles