Actors of Transnational Labour Mobility in Europe

In order to enhance free movement and mobility of individuals across borders, the European Commission has established several agencies and programmes aimed at informing and assisting individuals and organizations on mobility matters. The European Employment Service is one of these organisations at the center of an extensive network of diverse actors involved in labour mobility at the European and cross-border level…


1. Introduction
1.1 Background: New Free Movement for Europeans
1.2 Labour Mobility & the Swedish Healthcare Sector
1.3 Purpose & Research questions
1.4 Methodology
2. Theoretical Framework: Organisational Entry & the Matching Model
2.1 The Matching Model between the Individuals and the Organisations
2.2 The Matching Model in the frame of International Labour Mobility
2.3 Adding an Intermediary Level to the Model: The EURES Agency
2.4 Four Phases of Organisational Entry
3. Labour Mobility & Healthcare in Europe
3.1 Transnational Labour Mobility in Europe
3.2 Different Healthcare Approaches & Standards in Europe
3.3 The Swedish Healthcare Sector
3.4 The Spanish Healthcare Sector
4. The European Employment Services (EURES)
4.1 History of EURES
4.2 EURES in Sweden
5. The Skaraborg Recruitment Project
5.1 Contracting Personnel & Services in Sweden
5.2 Importing Healthcare Professionals
5.3 Reasons to Recruit Foreign Personnel
5.4 Spain and Germany as Recruitment Targets
5.5 The Recruitment Method
5.6 Settling in Sweden
5.7 Results and Assessments of the Project
5.8 The Perspective of the Newcomers
6. The Different Roles & Actors of the Skaraborg Recruitment Project in the Matching Model
6.1 Characterisation of the Matches and Interactions
6.2 Consequences of the Project on each Actor
6.3 Consequences at the European Level
6.4 Obstacles to the European Labour Market Mobility

Author: Fardeau, Nicolas

Source: Goteborg University

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