3 edition of The European labour market found in the catalog.
The European labour market
1981 by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, European Community Information Service, distributor] in Luxembourg, [Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Series||Social policy series ;, no. 42, Dossiers collection (Commission of the European Communities)|
|Contributions||Commission of the European Communities.|
|LC Classifications||HD5764.5.A6 E84 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|LC Control Number||82130850|
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Book Description: The need to analyse labour market mechanisms in post-industrial Western societies is urgent. Despite laws and policy measures being developed at the European, national and local levels, job-seeking immigrants and ethnic minorities still suffer unequal access and ethnic discrimination.
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.
Book Description. The book presents state of the art research on women’s current position in European labour markets. It combines analysis of the latest trends in employment, occupational segregation, working time, unpaid work, social provisions (especially care provisions) and the impact of the financial crisis, with overall assessment of the actual impact of the European Employment.
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.
European Commission to the Council of the European Union and the European Parliament on the the labour market but also into society at large, is a key variable to determine the macroeconomic effects An economic take on the refugee crisis).
(((( The (() (File Size: KB. This new book originates from Nick Adnett's popular, Labour Market Policy, retaining much of its features and coverage, but now concentrating on the emerging European policy issues, such as: Eurosclerosis, social dumping, minimum wage laws and wage inequality and subsidiarity.
It discusses fully EU-level policy, including a full examination of social policy and the implications of economic and. This book is a legal study of the European Union's strategy to combat unemployment. The book draws on labour law and economic theories of labour market regulation to chart the evolution of the European Union Employment Strategy and the new forms of governance to which it has given rise.
European Youth Labour Markets is of interest to an international audience of economists, sociologists, and leaders in governmental, non-profit, and corporate sectors through its broad and comparative macroeconomic focus and implications for policymaking, research, resource allocation, and. 'This book courageously confronts the issues with which the whole of Europe is struggling: qualifications and the labour market.
Its challenge is to show how, despite strong path dependency, there can be as much diversity between as within countries in the understanding of knowledge, skills and : Michaela Brockmann. Gender and the European Labour Market (Routledge Studies in the European Economy #27) View larger image.
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This book explores the deregulation of labour markets in Europe. It reviews the different national approaches to flexibility and deregulation, and examines their impact on unemployment structure and trends.
The book is divided into two parts. Part I focuses on current labour policies and the different approaches to flexibilisation. Part II presents detailed studies on eight European countries. The book presents state of the art research on women’s current position in European labour markets.
It combines analysis of the latest trends in employment, occupational segregation, working time, unpaid work, social provisions (especially care provisions) and the impact of the financial crisis, with overall assessment of the actual impact of the European Employment Strategy and the Book Edition: 1st Edition.
The European labour market: regional dimensions. Presents the findings on the regional dimensions of European labour markets. This book provides a conceptual and empirical study of the interactions between the European will be provided with a good overview of the topics currently on the research agenda in European regional labour.
The book includes studies of several countries including Germany, France and the United Kingdom - shedding light on the labour market positions of different ethnic groups within Europe.
Asian Migrants and European Labour Markets will interest scholars in the field of labour economics, population and migration studies and international business.3/5(1). 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. The book presents state of the art research on women’s current position in European labour markets.
It combines analysis of the latest trends in employment, occupational segregation, working time, unpaid work, social provisions (especially care provisions) and the impact of the financial crisis, with overall assessment of the actual impact of the European Employment Strategy and the specific Brand: Taylor And Francis.
This book brings collectively up-to-date findings on the regional dimensions of European labour markets. It supplies a conceptual and empirical research of the interactions between the European financial system and its areas, paying specific consideration to the difficulty of the transition of Central and Japanese European nations to a market financial system.
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European integration and the European labour market. [Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Employment, Industrial Relations, and Social Affairs.;]. Labor Mobility and the Integration of European Labor Markets This paper outlines the importance of labor mobility for the improvement in allocating and distributing economic resources.
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The deregulation of labour law in the European Union was thought to be a spur to lasting growth of employment and an increase in labour market efficiency. This book reveals that the results of such policies have been far from those study provides a country by country overview of the legal regulations concerning employment protection aBrand: Taylor And Francis.
From the reviews:"A reader, who reads all chapters, will be provided with a good overview of the topics currently on the research agenda in European regional labour market research. this book brings together a wide range of contributions on topics that are likely to remain in the core for some time to come and thus provides a good overview of the current literature in European labour.
Jobs Act. Il mercato del lavoro due anni dopo [Jobs Act. The labour market two years later] (Neos Magazine). A white paper written by 17 authors, all aged un including students and young graduates, who have studied the Italian labour market two years after the enforcement of the labour reform.
To understand our world. Alec Ross. This book addresses one of the most topical and pressing areas of inequality experienced by women in the UK: inequality in the labour market. Despite the changed and changing position of women in society there remain substantial gender differences in the labour market.
Bringing together the expertise of a range of authors, including renowned scholars and senior policy makers, it offers a. This book charts the evolution of the European Employment Strategy and the new forms of governance to which it has given rise.
It offers an interdisciplinary exploration of European social law and employment policy, scrutinising the law and economics of labour market regulation in the European context and responding to the economic critique of Author: Diamond Ashiagbor.
European labour markets and labour market policies have been substantially affected by the economic crisis that unfolded after Following the initial increase in government spending aimed at offsetting the financial crisis, EU countries began, to varying degrees, to embrace austerity, cutting public spending while seeking to reignite economic growth by introducing structural reforms.
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European labour law is a central part of the political and social dimension of the EU. European labour law as a central component of the European Union poses a fundamental challenge to the economic law profile of the EC. Labour was posited in the Treaty of Rome as one of the factors guaranteed free movement, along with capital, goods and : Brian Bercusson.
In a more flexible labor market, like the U.S., it is more likely for the least productive workers to be separated first. There is also more to the European problem. Afonso, Alexandre, Social Concertation in Times of Austerity: European Integration and the Politics of Labour Market Reforms in Austria and Switzerland (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, ).
Alber, Jens, ‘ Das “europäische Sozialmodell” und die USA ’ () 34 Leviathan, Heft 2, – Author: Rebecca Zahn. 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.
Bringing together theoretical, empirical and comparative perspectives on the European Social Model (ESM) and transitional labour market policy, this volume contains theoretical accounts of the ESM and a discussion of policy implications for European social and employment policies that derive from research on transitional labour markets.
The European Labour Authority is a planned agency of the European Union tasked with coordinating and supporting the enforcement of EU labour law. The agency is expected to be up and running in and to reach full operational capacity by Bratislava, Slovakia is the agency's host city.
Function. The roles of the agency, as stated by the European Union, are to:Annual budget: ~ €50, The Labor Force and Unemployment: Three Generations of Change: The Influence of the Baby-Boom Generation on the U.S.
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No. 6, June Labour Market: A labour market is the place where workers and employees interact with each other. In the labour market, employers compete to hire the best, and the workers compete for the best satisfying job.
Description: A labour market in an economy functions with demand and supply of labour. In this market, labour demand is the firm's. The book European Labour Law and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rightsis a detailed commentary on the provisions of the Charter which guarantee these and other fundamental rights that are binding upon the EU institutions and the Member States.
The commentary throws light on the potential of the EU Charter to shape the future labour law of Europe. Floro Ernesto Caroleo & Sergio Destefanis (ed.), "The European Labour Market," AIEL Series in Labour Economics, Springer, number: RePEc:spr:aielle DOI: / the labour market consequences of the cross-border movement of goods, ser-vices and capital and an internationalization of production.
The perspectives are different but not mutually exclusive because the different types of move-ments are often linked, albeit not always. The contributions in this book use both perspectives.
In the first part, theFile Size: 2MB. Transfer, The European Review of Labour and Research, is the quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal of the Research Department of the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).Sincethe journal has published research findings of relevance to both the European trade union movement and the academic and research community with the aim of stimulating dialogue between the two.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.Short overview of the labour market.
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