Flexibility and employment security in Europe

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R. J. A. Muffels
Edward Elgar Publishing, May 14, 2014 - Business & Economics - 407 pages
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This title presents carefully selected articles that are at the ultimate forefront of professional studies on 'transitional labour markets' and 'flexicurity'.
 

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Contents

Setting the Scene
3
a Comparative Epistemological Analysis of the Flexibility and Security Debate in Europe
31
the Transitions of Temporary Workers in Italy and Spain
79
Analysing Career Paths using Administrative Data
107
PART II Scarring Effects of Unemployment and NonStandard Employment
131
6 Male Labour Market Mobility and Income and Employment Security in Europe
133
a Crossnational Comparison
169
some more UK Evidence
195
10 Working Time Preferences Labour Market Transitions and Job Satisfaction
255
PART III Best Policy Practices in Australia Canada and Denmark
279
Employment Flexibility and Security in a Liberal Welfare Regime
281
Towards Transitional Labout Markets in Canada?
307
Where are we Compared to Others? And How Did We Get There?
341
a Siamese Twin?
363
Author Index
393
Subject Index
401

Scarring the Career or Meeting Workingtime Preferences?
223

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