2 edition of Labour market policy in the European Community found in the catalog.
Labour market policy in the European Community
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||RIIA discussion paper -- no.4.|
|Contributions||Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HD5764.5A6 W45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 22 p. --|
|Number of Pages||22|
The behavior of the labor market is widely seen as the cause of the UK's poor macroeconomic performance over the past thirty years. The functioning of the labor market is addressed in this book by an international group of economists. They assemble micro- and macroeconomic evidence on the UK, the US, France and Germany, and discuss whether the UK labor market is different, and also if it has. Get this from a library! The European Community: the social dimension ; labour market policies for [Paul Teague].
5. Manpower Policy and Education The three labour market theories presented above provide very different policy prescriptions to deal with labour market problems, such as poverty and the distribution of income. The neoclassical theory of the labour market puts emphasis upon the supply side of the labour market and workers' personal by: Position of women on the labour market in the European Community. [Danièle Meulders; Robert Plasman; Valérie Vander Stricht] -- The book begins with a study of the supply side of female labour (development of activity rates according to age, family situation and levels of educational attainment).
labor market outcomes, the focus of this review of the literature is narrowed down to the following four topics: i) Effects of employment protection legislation on labor market outcomes, ii) Shifting from job to worker protection, iii) Effects of active labor market policies on labor market outcomes, and. Labor Market Reforms in Europe: Towards More Flexicure Labor Markets?1 Labor market segmentation refers to a salient divide between secure and insecure jobs and is related to problems in important areas, including macro‐economic efficiency, workers’ wellbeing and repercussions for social cohesion. European countries have started a newCited by:
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The European Community: the Social Dimension: Labour Market Policies for (Issues in Human Resource Management) [Paul Teague] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: 8. This book brings together up-to-date findings on the regional dimensions of European labour markets. It provides a conceptual and empirical study of the interactions between the European economy and its regions, paying particular attention to the issue of the transition of Central and Eastern European countries to a market economy.
The activating labour market policy at a crossroads 5. Effectiveness as a touchstone for the activation policy 7 3. Evaluation in the new European Employment strategy 9 4. The Eurostat Labour Market Policy database II.
Exploring ways to move forward: ALMP evaluation results. The authors thus consider the question of whether the economic crisis has also brought a labour market policy reform crisis in its wake.
The three researchers studied six EU member states (the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom) and observed different response patterns depending on the interpretative framing. various shocks and labour market reforms that took place in the European Union (EU) during the period This paper summarises the main results of WDN3 by identifying some patterns in firms’ adjustments and labour market reforms.
It seeks to lay out the main lessons learnt from the survey in terms of both the general. This book argues, with case studies contributed by outstanding national experts, that the flexicurity approach is the most relevant for Central and Eastern European countries and suggests appropriate reforms of economic policy, institutional framework of the labour market, labour market policy and education and social policies in this region.
Labour market developments and reforms. Studying labour markets is important because they are vital to the competitiveness of the EU economy, today and in the future.
The Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs undertakes periodic, general reviews of the labour market across the EU. Labour market. The unemployment rate in the euro area reached very high levels in the s and s.
Having fallen back during the initial years of EMU. The term ‘European labour market’ is used to describe the demographic profile of the labour force as well as the systems of regulation, at EU level, concerned primarily with the free movement of workers but additionally with other forms of regulation that shape Europe’s labour market.
Why are these statistics important and what is the European Commission doing in this regard. Statistics on the labour market are at the heart of many EU policies and are namely used to monitor the Europe strategy, the European Employment Strategy (EES), the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
They also allow to respond to the requirements of economic and monetary policy in the European Union. The chapter also examines the European Union (EU), which has had an impact on the labour market.
It presents the central concepts that have been used to explain and inform on the development on the labour market. Flexicurity understood simply is how to combine security for Author: Bent Greve. labour market segmentation theory, international welfare state comparisons, and European Union regulation of social security that have been circulating within the international welfare state and labour market policy research community but so far have not been available for a wider audience.
The first and third essays have. Giubboni presents, from a labour law perspective, a case study of the changes the European Community/European Union has undergone from its origins to the present day and of the ways these changes have affected the regulation of European Welfare States at national by: Labour market frictions and policies have been at the core of the European policy debate over the past 30 years and have therefore been extensively covered in Economic Policy.
This special virtual issue collects 12 papers published over the past 30 years and covers many different aspects of labour market and employment issues.
Global and European trends and patterns are discussed along with related policy challenges - all with a special focus on European migration after EU enlargement - and the nexus between labour.
Labour law and social policy have long provided an arena within which key debates over the depth and pace of European integration have taken place. Increasingly, as the European Union's employment policy has matured, employment and economic policy discourses have come to displace discourses around social policy and social law, a displacement which has occurred in tandem with a shift from Author: Diamond Ashiagbor.
The ETUC demands coordinated labour market policies across the EU to improve labour standards for everyone.
In many Member States, workers have had to pay the price for the short-sighted and self-defeating measure of cutting funding to active labour market policies. The European Employment Strategy (EES) must aim to create good quality, sustainable jobs in all Member States.
Flexicurity – a European Approach to Labour Market Policy Although linguistically somewhat strange, “ﬂ exicurity”, the combination of labour market ﬂ exibility and security for employees, has become a much praised cornerstone of European labour market policies Cited by: The specific aims concerning the labour market within the Europe Strategy are elaborated in a separate document entitled "Integrated Guidelines 1 1 EuropeA European strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, EC, Brussels, The core of the work consists of a critical analysis of the policy and legislation of the ‘New Labour’ governments headed by Tony Blair, and considers both domestically-driven initiatives and those governments' responses to employment initiatives stemming from the social policy of the European Community.
The book constitutes a successor volume to the same authors' Labour Legislation and Public Policy. "European Employment and Labour Market Policy" is the article written by Colin Crouch for the book "The Search for Europe: Contrasting Approaches".Over the past decade active labour market policy has been an integral part of the Labour Government's strategy for achieving employment opportunity for all, encompassing Welfare-to-Work programmes such as the various New Deals for the unemployed and the more recently introduced Pathways to Work for people with a disability.Politics & Social Sciences > Politics & Government > Public Affairs & Policy > Social Policy # inÂ Books > Politics & Social Sciences > Politics & Government > International & World Politics > European EU Labor Market Policy: Ideas, Thought Communities and Policy Change Crisis and Renewal: The.