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Intercultural relations in the European Union: Economic convergences verses social mobility

Eldomiaty, Tarek I; Choi, Chong; Cheng, Philip


The purpose of this paper is to analyze intercultural relations within the European Union, with the 10 new members that have joined in 2004. We define intercultural relations in terms of the difference between the benefits of economic convergence versus the problems of social mobility issues implied by the economic convergence in the European Union, especially with regard to the labor market. This analysis has implications for any region that is experiencing rapid globalization.

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Date published: 2007
Type: Journal article
Source: The Social Science Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.soscij.2006.12.013


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