Editor: Dániel Mikecz
As free movement in the Schengen Area is seriously constrained due to the Covid-19 pandemic, questions arise about the future of unrestricted mobility in Europe.
This publication analyses the current state of internal migration in the European Union. The contributors assess how Brexit, the rise of the populist right and ageing in Europe have affected internal mobility in the EU. They further analyse how such mobility has been affected by workforce shortage and brain drain in new member states. Finally, authors make recommendations to ease these problems and reinforce freedom of mobility in the EU.