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See detailAdmitting third-country nationals for business purposes
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL; Becker, Fabienne UL; Besch, Sylvain et al

Report (2015)

In Luxembourg, the amended law of 29 August 2008 on free movement of persons and immigration does not provide a definition for immigrant investors or immigrant business owners. A third-country national ... [more ▼]

In Luxembourg, the amended law of 29 August 2008 on free movement of persons and immigration does not provide a definition for immigrant investors or immigrant business owners. A third-country national investor can either receive a residence permit as a self-employed worker or a residence permit for private reasons. Which one of both residence permits the applicant receives is dependent of whether s/he wants to actively work in the company s/he invests in or whether s/he wants to be a passive investor. As the global economic growth is not located anymore in Europe and in the USA but in emerging economies (i.e. BRIC countries), the government is targeting investors and capital also from these countries. An interministerial working group was set up, which prepares two drafts bills to create a legal framework for attracting third-country national investors and business managers in Luxembourg. This working group is composed of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economy (General Directorate of Small and Medium-Sized enterpises) and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (Directorate of Immigration). [less ▲]

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See detailPolicy Report on Migration and Asylum 2014 - Luxembourg
Li, Lisa UL; Petry, David UL; Nienaber, Birte UL et al

Report (2015)

The structure of the political system and the institutional context of Luxembourg were described in detail in the previous policy reports on migration and asylum. Important changes related to the national ... [more ▼]

The structure of the political system and the institutional context of Luxembourg were described in detail in the previous policy reports on migration and asylum. Important changes related to the national elections of 2014 can be found in the Policy Report. [less ▲]

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See detailErzieherische Angebote. Von binären zu geschlechterpluralen Ansätzen
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in Schneider, Erik (Ed.) Normierte Kinder. Effekte der Geschlechternormativität auf Kindheit und Adoleszenz (2014)

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See detailEinleitung
Baltes, Christel UL

in Schneider, Erik (Ed.) Normierte Kinder. Effekte der Geschlechternormativität auf Kindheit und Adoleszenz (2014)

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See detailImmer wieder Geschlecht - immer wieder anders. Versuch einer Begriffsbestimmung
Baltes, Christel UL

in Schneider, Erik (Ed.) Normierte Kinder. Effekte der Geschlechternormativität auf Kindheit und Adoleszenz (2014)

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See detailMIGRANT ACCESS TO SOCIAL SECURITY: POLICIES AND PRACTICE IN LUXEMBOURG
Sommarribas, Adolfo UL; Besch, Sylvain; Baltes, Christel UL

Report (2014)

The social security system in Luxembourg is in principle a contributory-based system different to other countries, which have a residence-based system. The social protection system is composed of three ... [more ▼]

The social security system in Luxembourg is in principle a contributory-based system different to other countries, which have a residence-based system. The social protection system is composed of three major branches: a) Social security: This branch comprehends healthcare, sick cash benefits, maternity and paternity leave benefits, accidents at work and occupational diseases, long-term care, invalidity benefits, old-age pensions, survivors’ pensions and family allowances. The social security benefits are financed by contributions paid either by the employer, the employee or the State. We include in this branch unemployment because the employee contributes to the system. The only requirements that the beneficiary has to fulfill are the objective criteria for granting each one of the benefits. b) Social assistance system: This branch comprehends the guaranteed minimum income (RMG), which is financed by general taxation and is paid from the general budget of the State. The persons have to prove that they do not have sufficient means to live when their income does not reach a certain threshold. c) Social aid: This is considered the safety net of the system. This aid allows people in need and their families to have a life in dignity. As the social assistance system it is financed by general taxation and in principle any person residing in Luxembourg can benefit from it if s/he fulfills the criteria. This benefit is granted and distributed by the social assistance offices of the municipalities. [less ▲]

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See detailNormierte Kinder - Effekte der Geschlechternormativität auf Kindheit und Adoleszenz
Baltes, Christel UL; Schneider, Erik

Book published by Transcript Verlag (2014)

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See detailZufriedenheit im Kontext von Beruf und Familie in Luxemburg
Baltes, Christel UL; Schumacher, Anette UL

Book published by Barbara Budrich (2014)

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See detailGeschlechterpluralitäten als Existenzmuster
Baltes, Christel UL

in Sieburg, Heinz (Ed.) Geschlecht in Literatur und Geschichte: Bilder - Identitäten – Konstruktionen (2014)

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See detailFAKTEN STRUKTUREN WISSEN: Zehn Jahre Universität Luxemburg auis einer genderspezifischen perspektive
Baltes, Christel UL

in Margue, Michel (Ed.) DECEM 2003 - 2013 X University of Luxembourg (2013)

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See detailHommes, femmes et au-delà
Baltes, Christel UL

Scientific Conference (2013, May 13)

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See detailRapport politique sur les migrations et l’asile 2012 - Luxembourg
Baltes, Christel UL; Sommarribas, Adolfo UL; Li, Lisa et al

Report (2013)

Le rapport politique sur les migrations et l’asile destiné au Réseau Européen des Migrations donne un aperçu des principaux débats politiques et développements dans ce domaine au Luxembourg au cours de ... [more ▼]

Le rapport politique sur les migrations et l’asile destiné au Réseau Européen des Migrations donne un aperçu des principaux débats politiques et développements dans ce domaine au Luxembourg au cours de l’année 2012. Si plusieurs sujets ont dominé le débat politique général comme la gestion de la crise économique, la réforme du système de pensions, ou encore la réforme du système d’enseignement, ces questions ont été thématisées le plus souvent sans qu’un lien ne soit établi avec la situation démographique particulière du Luxembourg caractérisée d’une part, par une population composée de 43% de non-nationaux et un emploi intérieur dont la maind’oeuvre étrangère, résidente ou transfrontalière, représente 68,5%. Dans ce contexte, trois thématiques ont dominé le débat politique en 2012 - les flux migratoires en relation avec la libre circulation des citoyens de l’Union européenne, l’accueil et l’aide sociale des demandeurs de protection internationale et le débat sur la réforme de la loi sur la nationalité. [less ▲]

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See detailIndividual profiles and migration trajectories of third country national cross-border workers the case of Luxembourg
Baltes, Christel UL; Besch, Sylvain; Monteiro, Joaquim et al

Report (2012)

In the case of Luxembourg, the number of CBW continuously increased throughout the years and accounted to almost 42% of the domestic labour force in 2010 . Moreover and for the same reference year ... [more ▼]

In the case of Luxembourg, the number of CBW continuously increased throughout the years and accounted to almost 42% of the domestic labour force in 2010 . Moreover and for the same reference year, Luxembourg’s nationals represented a share of 29% of the total labour force . Concretely, for 100 jobs available on the labour market, 27 were taken up by foreign residents, 29 occupied by Luxembourgers and 44 by CBWs . The present study focuses on TCN-CBWs. Indeed, if CBWs in general have been the subject of a range of studies due to their importance for the labour market in particular, TCN-CBWs have largely been ignored in public debates so far. Taking both a quantitative and a qualitative approach, the present study tries to shed some light on the main characteristics composing the profiles of TCN-CBWs. Thus, TCN-CBWs provide on average for the youngest labour force on the national labour market, the large majority are wage earners under permanent contract and highly skilled. On their motivations to work in Luxembourg, TCN-CBWs put forward in descendent order a) salary, b) possibilities for career development, c) job opportunities in Luxembourg, d) the international working context and e) the professional network . The study also enquires on their integration, migration trajectories and discrimination aspects and leads us to the conclusion that migration histories are eclectic and individual. Even if some traits can be common, such as being highly skilled, their live paths differ in many ways. [less ▲]

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