CASE Belarus was a subcontracted member of consortium for EuropeAid project titled “ENPI – Costs and Benefits of Labour Mobility between the EU and the Eastern Partnership Partner Countries”.
Project name: ENPI – Costs and Benefits of Labour Mobility between the EU and the Eastern Partnership Partner Countries
Project duration: August 2011 – February 2013
Project consortium consisted of:
– CASE (Warsaw),
– IZA – Institute for the Study of Labour,
– CEU – Central European University,
– LSE Enterprise.
Six EaP countries partner institutes (from CASE Network institutes) were subcontracted for respective EaP country studies. CASE Belarus was responsible for preparing the country study for Belarus.
The aim of the study was to analyse the current and potential costs and benefits of the labour migration from the Eastern Partnership Partner countries (EaP) to the EU for the labour markets of the EU and the Partner countries.
1) preparing forecasts of the future impact of labour migration on the labour markets of the EU and the Partner countries, and
2) proposing possible policy/legislative/operational interventions to facilitate labour-matching between the EU and the Partner countries,
3) examining the likely impact of increased labour migration from Partners countries to the EU on labour migration from other parts of the world to the EU with particular reference to the Mediterranean countries.