European Economic Integration and Italian Labour Policies
For a long time now the Italian economy and its labour market have been used as case studies due to the peculiarities they exhibit. This text is the result of a research project which has successfully analyzed how European economic integration has influenced Italy and particularly its labour market. This book highlights issues including labour policies and employment strategies, education, training and market trends.
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