Summary: In this report, the effects of two different kinds of long-distance mobility have been analysed: mobility across regions, which occurs within national boundaries, and mobility across countries, which occurs beyond national borders and can be further distinguished as mobility within and outside the EU. Aside from the methodological caveats that need to be made relative to the actual extent of movement, long-distance mobility is generally considered to be an indicator of economic performance and a crucial factor in enhancing overall human capital. From a socio-political point of view, mobility across countries is one of the cornerstones of European integration, and the European Commission itself has often underlined the importance of mobility across European countries in enhancing European social cohesion.
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