Economic legal avenues and labour migration: the delay of the EU «common policy»
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The article intends to assess the EU’s action in the field of labour migration, retracing its main stages, from the 1999 Tampere European Council to nowadays. The analysis focuses on the main legal tools adopted by the EU Legislator, evaluating their impact and efficacy, and then concludes with an overall assessment of the EU policy on labour migration with particular regard to the question as whether it may actually be considered as «common» as provided for in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union under Article 79.