2 edition of Labour market flexibility in Northern Europe found in the catalog.
Labour market flexibility in Northern Europe
Revised version of paper prepared for the 39th European Congress of the European Regional Science Association, University College Dublin 23rd-27th August 1999- title page.
|Statement||J. Kilponen, D. Mayes and J. Vilmunen.|
|Series||South Bank European papers -- no.1/2000|
|Contributions||Mayes, David G. 1946-, Vilmunen, Jouko., South Bank University. European Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Flexibility and Employment Security in Europe: Labour Markets in Transition. Labour market change: Trends and policy approaches towards flexibilisation This flagship publication provides an overview of developments in Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis, as well as mapping the ongoing challenges and policy approaches taken at EU and national levels to find the right balance between flexibility and security.
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It provides a comparative analysis embracing eleven European countries from Northern (UK, Germany, Sweden, France). LABOUR MARKETS IN TRANSITION: BALANCING FLEXIBILITY AND SECURITY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE Sandrine Cazes International Labour Office, Budapest Alena Nesporova International Labour Office, Geneva April Special issue The article, based on a recent book by the two authors, attempts to give the.
In Britain's labour market 'flexibility' means letting employers off the hook The idea that zero-hours contracts somehow benefit staff is undermined by the fact so many people on them wish they.
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Labour market flexibility refers to the willingness and ability of labour to respond to changes in market conditions, including changes in the demand for labour and the wage rate. Labour market flexibility is an important aspect of how labour markets function to adjust supply to demand.
In the overall employment rate in the EU reached %. If the employment rate keeps increasing at the pace recorded sincethe Europe target would be within reached. This article is part of a set of statistical articles on the Europe strategy. Labour market flexibility means that it is easy for workers to change jobs and choose different types of work.
It also implies that firms find it relatively easy to hire and fire workers can use temporary contracts, rather than get locked into rigid labour contracts. Flexible Labour Markets mean that the labour markets quickly adjust to a competitive equilibrium.
Flexible labour markets involve factors such as: Easy to hire and fire workers. Labour is occupationally and geographically mobile. Government intervention does not distort the market. Characteristics of flexible markets. The book employs a broad definition of labour market institutions that includes the more familiar institutions that most of Europe and Australia and New Zealand – inequality, as measured by the Gini coefficient, increased.
institutions and inequality. Labour markets, institutions and inequality. century. International. This flagship publication provides an overview of developments in Europe in the wake of the global financial crisis, as well as mapping the ongoing challenges and policy approaches taken at EU and national levels to find the right balance between flexibility and security in the labour market.
For example, the outstanding job creation in the USA has been related to the significant flexibility and highly competitive nature of the American labour market, whereas the poor performance of much of Europe is frequently attributed to labour market rigidities, partly Cited by: 6.
The importance of flexibility / Tools to increase flexibility. The importance of flexibility. A variety of LEED studies have determined that more flexibility in the management of programmes is required for labour market policy to contribute fully to local strategies for economic growth and social inclusion.
EPRS Economic challenges and prospects of the refugee influx Members' Research Service Page 3 of 8 and declining sectors of the economy and contribute to labour-market flexibility.
In addition, young migrants are often, like native-born non-migrants, considered to beFile Size: KB. How Labor Market Flexibility Works. Labor market flexibility refers to how quickly a firm responds to changing conditions in the market by making modifications to its workforce.
A flexible labor market allows employers to make changes because of supply and demand issues, the economic cycle, and other market : Will Kenton.
The ever-rising labour shortages in Europe. Historically high labour shortages in most central-eastern and north-western EU countries suggest that the immigration of central Europeans to north-west EU countries did not take away jobs from local workers on a significant scale.
The term “labour market flexibility” is mentioned frequently in debates on the subject of social change. Some think that it is all about giving employers the exclusive right to fire workers Missing: Northern Europe. T Tachibanaki, Labour market flexibility in Japan, Europe and U.S.
considerable number of efforts have been made in Japan to estimate the labour demand functions, in particular the labour adjustment functions. The main purpose of these studies is to estimate the degree of responsiveness or the speed of adjustment to labour demand.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 1 Labour market flexibility describes how labour markets function. A flexible and efficient labour market implies higher employment, and so an economy that is fairer (in terms of, for example, reducing social exclusion), as well as more competitive and more Size: KB.
Labour market flexibility. The degree of labour market flexibility is the speed with which labour markets adapt to fluctuations and changes in society, the economy or production.
The most common definition of labour market flexibility has been the neo-liberal g: Northern Europe. The OECD indicators of employment protection legislation measure the procedures and costs involved in dismissing individuals or groups of workers and the procedures involved in hiring workers on fixed-term or temporary work agency contracts.
Indicators for Latin American and Caribbean (LAC. How the flexible labour markets failed Europe This article is more than 9 years old In the boom, Italy was pilloried for its crony capitalism, while Spain's liberalised economy was feted.
The speed and ability of a labour market to respond to a change in the economy. Flexibility is often regarded as essential for good supply-side performance in an economy.
Flexibility can refer to flexibility in terms of occupation / skills, location, number of. Book Description. As developing and transition economies enter the next phase of reforms, labor market issues increasingly come to the fore.
With the increased competition from globalization, the discussion is shifting to the need for greater labor market flexibility and the creation of "good" jobs. Labour market insecurity and its impact on labour market entry and early career. A Comparison of Germany, Britain and Spain1 2 Katrin Golsch University of Cologne, Germany 1 Introduction Over the last decades a growing deregulation and flexibility of labour markets in EuropeFile Size: KB.
lack of labour market flexibility, high public spending and associated tax burdens, and a less business-friendly and business-like economic climate characterising the economies of North America and northern Europe. Third, the major emerging market economies have seen more variable and uneven performance.
China is the latest. In addition Gerwyn authors the CIPD's high profile and influential quarterly Labour Market Outlook. Gerwyn is an experienced labour market commentator, making regular appearances in the national media and on other public platforms, including several appearances before the House of Commons Work and Pensions select committee.
labor market flexibility: Ability of a company to adjust to fluctuations in the economy and to the increase or decrease in consumers' demand for their services and products.
A company's flexibility depends on several factors: work hours, cross-training, wages, location, and the adaptability of its labor force. The fewer regulations a company Missing: Northern Europe. Elgar Online: The online content platform for Edward Elgar Publishing.
The OECD Employment and Labour Market Statistics database includes a range of annual labour market statistics and indicators from broken down by sex and age as well as information about part-time and short-time workers, job tenure, hours worked, unemployment duration, trade union, employment protection legislation, minimum wages, labour market programmes for OECD countries and non.
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European flexicurity: concepts and consistent policies Andranik Tangian Hans Böckler Foundation, D Düsseldorf, Germany Abstract: The notion of flexicurity promotes the idea of compensation of labour market deregulation (= flexibilization) with advantages in employment and social security.
Labour Market Flexibility and Decent Work 3 The effects of ﬂ exibility and inﬂ exibility Th ere is a widespread argument today that can be paraphrased as follows: Th e slow and inadequate growthMissing: Northern Europe.
The latter captures a specific aspect of labour market flexibility: the strictness of individual and collective dismissals. 4 Inactivity rates, instead, provide a comprehensive and synthetic indication of labour market differences among countries as they depend on several governments' policies in the fields of education, inclusion, income Author: Piero Esposito, Stefan Collignon, Stefan Collignon, Sergio Scicchitano.Flexible Labour Markets • (a) Flexible employment patterns at the workplace – Flexibility of hours worked – Flexibility of skills expected of people within the workplace – Flexibility of contracts (e.g.
shorter term contracts) • (b) Ease and cost of hiring and firing of workers • (c) Greater flexibility .Labour Market Flexibility and Employment Protection Regulation in the Baltic States∗ There is increasing pressure for the flexibility of labour markets both in current EU member states and candidate countries.
The paper aims to estimate the strictness of employment protection regulation, one of the most relevant aspects of labour market.