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    Andriana Foulidou

    Andriana is a graduate of Law School of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, working at the moment as a lawyer in Thessaloniki, Greece. After her graduation, she successfully attended both the LLM programme in Public Law and Political Science of Law School and the MSc programme in Political Analysis of School of Political Sciences of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She has also served as a board member of the Association of Trainee Lawyers of Thessaloniki (2012-2014) and of the Union of Trainee and Young Lawyers of Thessaloniki (2014-2016).

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  • The challenge of integrating refugees into host countries’ labour markets

    The challenge of integrating refugees into host countries’ labour markets0

    In 2015, over 1.3 million people requested asylum in EU, representing more than double the number of applicants in 2014. During the first quarter of 2016, the number of persons seeking asylum from non-EU countries in the EU reached 287.100. The arrival of such an unprecedented number of asylum seekers poses an important challenge to the European Union and its Member States, that goes further than the humanitarian level and introduces the problem of socio-economic integration of the newly arrived refugees into their host countries.

  • Less employment protection, more jobs?

    Less employment protection, more jobs?0

    Following the financial crisis of 2007-2008 and the subsequent great recession, many of the OECD countries implemented structural reforms on employment protection legislation, aiming to enhance the flexibility of the labor market. This was believed to have a positive influence in preventing the reduction of existing jobs and promoting the creation of new ones. But do flexibility-enhancing reforms actually contribute to boosting employment?


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