Interchange of Public Officials in European Public Administrations: Italian Case

Neliana Rodean

Abstract


In a Europe without internal borders that must compete in a global economy, in which there are constantly evolving the needs of an aging society and the labor market, it is essential to achieve a very high level of mobility. The percentage of workers mobility in the EU is relatively low: currently about 2% of working-age citizens, originating in one of the 27 EU Member States, lives and works in another Member State. Mobility in the labor market, covering the mobility from one job to another and mobility between Member States or regions, is a fundamental part of the Lisbon objectives, and an important component of Europe's response to demographic change and globalization. This study analyze the issues related to public employment, ie employment in the public administrations of EU Member States, subject to the free movement of persons under art. 45 paragraph 4 TEU by a clause of exception that will safeguard the public interest. The study has highlighted the Italian legislation, the different types of access to European and Italian Public Administration and its application.

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