2015 | Special Issue 1: Social boundaries and meanings of work in the 21st-century capitalism | 241 - 254
Cross-border labour in the Greater Region Saar-Lor-Lux: Evolutions and effects on the status of the workers and on regional economic and social development
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The Greater Region Saar-Lor-Lux is a cross-border geographic space constituted by two German regions (Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate), one French region (Lorraine), one Belgian region (Wallonia) and a country (Grand Duchy of Luxembourg). Inside this area situated in the centre of the European Union, new dynamics of employment are observed, especially with the development of cross-border labour: more and more people live and work in two different countries. Cross-border labour and its different forms have both positive and negative effects on regional labour markets and more generally, on the economic and social development of these border regions.
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