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Author Krings, Torben.
Title New mobilities in Europe : Polish migration to Ireland post-2004.
Imprint Oxford : Manchester University Press, 2016.

Subject Polish people -- Ireland.
Foreign workers -- Ireland -- History -- 21st century.
Ireland -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 21st century.
Poland -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 21st century.
Alt Name Moriarty, Elaine.
Wickham, James.
Bobek, Alicja.
Salamońska, Justyna.
Description 1 online resource (172 pages)
Contents New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 ; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright ; Contents ; Figures and tables ; Contributors ; Preface and acknowledgements ; Introduction ; 1. New mobilities in Europe today.
2. Researching migration: a Qualitative Panel Study and workplace studies 3. From 'boom to bust': Polish migrants in the Irish labour market ; 4. Routes into employment: migrant aspirations and employer strategies ; 5. Employment conditions and the culture of work.
6. 'Boundaryless careers': mobility across organisations and nations 7. Worklife connections: technologies of mobility and transnational lives ; 8. Looking back: worklife pathways in a boom-to-bust economy ; Conclusion: new mobilities in the new Europe ; Appendices ; Bibliography.
Note Includes index.
Summary This book examines Polish migration to Ireland in the context of 'new mobilities in Europe'. It includes detailed accounts of the working lives of a group of mainly skilled Polish migrants in Dublin, and traces their careers and aspirations as Ireland moved from 'boom to bust'.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Local Note JOHN CARROLL: JSTOR Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
ISBN 9781526111579
OCLC # 960165345
Additional Format Print version: Krings, Torben. New mobilities in Europe : Polish migration to Ireland post-2004. Oxford : Manchester University Press, ©2016.