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Title: Labour Market Models in the EU
Author: SIEDSCHLAG, IULIA
Sponsor: European Commission
Author's Homepage: http://people.tcd.ie/siedschi
Keywords: Economics
European Union
Labour market
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: CEPS
Citation: Koster, Ferry; McQuinn, John; Siedschlag, Iulia; Van Vliet, Olaf, Labour Market Models in the EU, Dublin, CEPS, Brussels, 2011
Abstract: In the European Union, the most important labour market models that have been proposed for labour market reform are flexicurity and the transitional labour market. In this position paper, we conceptualise the models of flexicurity and the transitional labour market, and we outline potentially relevant research questions. These research questions focus on explaining the variations in labour market policies across EU countries and the impact of labour market institutions on labour market outcomes as well as innovation and the adoption of new technologies.
Description: PUBLISHED
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/61260
Appears in Collections:Economics (Scholarly Publications)

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