“Changes in migration flows after the EU 2004 and 2007 accessions have undoubtedly become a hot academic and policy issue. This collection of innovative ideas and empirical contributions brings Europe’s new migration shape sharply into focus.”
– Ágnes Hárs, Kopint-Tárki Institute for Economic Research, Budapest
"This book provides new, competent insights into the changing patterns, aims and strategies of skilled migrants circulating between old and new EU member states. Important reading not only for European migration specialists, but scholars and policymakers in the wider field."
-- Heinz Fassmann, University of Vienna
“This book brings new data, information and, consequently, a conceptual framework to better understand migration in old and new EU countries. Reading for all social science scholars, though in a style also appealing to laymen.”
– Dusan Drbohlav, Charles University in Prague