Laszlo Andor was the EU commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion from 2005 to 2010.
In this video, he is coming back on an unemployment scheme project presented at the occasion of the 2015 Annual conference of the FESSUD project: http://bit.ly/1pyDXC1
The interview covers the following:
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- Is the Euro area faced with major disparities which may undermine its operations, or is there some degree of convergence, and how that could aided to enforce the successful operation of the Euro area?
Start at: 1’53’’
- How would you see some system of unemployment insurance applied across either the whole European Monetary Union (EMU) or across the European Union?
Start at: 5’12’’
- Do you think it would be possible to have some degree of agreement between countries on how such common unemployment insurance would work?
Start at: 10’08’’
- What do you see as the main political actors help to bring this project of unemployment insurance in the European Monetary Union? And do you see obstacles from various political constituencies for its implementation?
Start at: 12’33’’
- Do you think the development of an unemployment Insurance scheme, which would effectively operate across the E.U., would help with labour mobility as well as with the acceptance of people moving between countries?
Start at: 15’38’’
- What type of policy do you think should supplement or go alongside these ideas on unemployment insurance, which will be particularly directed towards the issue of unemployment?
Start at: 19’02’’