Skills, administration and age management: A call for institutional arrangements for new migrants arriving in Europe
 
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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide De Gasperi w Józefowie
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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki Euroregionalnej im. Alcide De Gasperi w Józefowie, Orzechowskiego 1, 04-824 Warszawa, Polska
Publish date: 2019-05-07
Submission date: 2018-09-06
Acceptance date: 2018-11-15
 
JoMS 2019;40(1):253–270
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Objectives:
This paper studies the proposals concerning tools in the scope of skills, administration and age management, which will grant to newcomers the appropriate incentives needed for action. Erroneous institutions may lead to misguided incentives, rent seeking and migrants chasing unproductive activities, which in turn does not lead to the construction of a market economy.

Material and methods:
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Results:
We posit that migration into Europe should be subject to programmes coordinated at the European level. Military action cannot stop the infiltration of millions more, which in turn means that managing the new arrivals should be coordinated at the EU level, and the tools of administration, skills management and age management should be actively used in selecting, including into the labour market and activating the job potential of migrants.

Conclusions:
We posit that migration into Europe should be subject to programmes coordinated at the European level. Military action cannot stop the infiltration of millions more, which in turn means that managing the new arrivals should be coordinated at the EU level, and the tools of administration, skills management and age management should be actively used in selecting, including into the labour market and activating the job potential of migrants.

 
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