Interdisciplinary Polish Studies 1
Dagmara Jajeśniak-Quast, Laura Kiel, Marek Kłodnicki (Hg./red.):
Arbeitnehmerfreizügigkeit zwischen Deutschland und Polen - eine Zwischenbilanz aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven / Swobodny przepływ pracowników między Polską a Niemcami - próba bilansu z różnych perspektyw, Berlin 2014.
The publication entitled Freedom of Movement for Workers between Germany and Poland is the outcome of an international and interdisciplinary conference: “Freedom of Movement for Workers between Poland and Germany – taking stock after 1.5 years”, which took place on October 11, 2012 at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) in cooperation with the Willy Brandt Centre, University of Wroclaw. The focus of this volume lies in the range of the legal basis for the freedom of movement for workers, the labour and tax law, as well as in cultural aspects of movement between these two countries. The interaction of the academic areas of economics, law studies, and humanities is a novelty in Polish Studies, which are traditionally based in the humanities only, particularly in linguistics, language Studies, and History. The close linkage of the respective expertise in the fields and the combination of academic excellence with precisely defined practical questions characterize the unique position of this first volume in the publication series Polish Studies Interdisciplinary.
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