New paper of Prof. Dr. Christof Roos on the policy responses to freedom of movement
The head of the project Prof. Dr. Christof Roos recently published a new article "Compensating for the effects of emigration. Eastern Europe and policy response to EU freedom of movement" in the Journal of European Public Policy. In the article Christof Roos emphasises the paradoxical implications of the freedom of movement regime on Central and Eastern European countries, such as high appreciation despite general population loss, and addresses the question of how the expectation gap between the freedom of movement policy design and its outcomes trigger policy responses. He argues that at the EU level new institutional layers are added to freedom of movement to address critique and compensate for negative outcomes without violation of its status quo and function for the single market.