Flexibility and employment security in Europe
R. J. A. Muffels
Edward Elgar Publishing, May 14, 2014 - Business & Economics - 407 pages
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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a Comparative Epistemological Analysis of the Flexibility and Security Debate in Europe
the Transitions of Temporary Workers in Italy and Spain
Analysing Career Paths using Administrative Data
PART II Scarring Effects of Unemployment and NonStandard Employment
6 Male Labour Market Mobility and Income and Employment Security in Europe
a Crossnational Comparison
some more UK Evidence
10 Working Time Preferences Labour Market Transitions and Job Satisfaction
PART III Best Policy Practices in Australia Canada and Denmark
Employment Flexibility and Security in a Liberal Welfare Regime
Towards Transitional Labout Markets in Canada?
Where are we Compared to Others? And How Did We Get There?
a Siamese Twin?
Scarring the Career or Meeting Workingtime Preferences?
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active labour market analysis Anglo-Saxon Australia average Barbier Belgium beneﬁts career cent changes chapter childbirth cluster compared countries Danish Denmark dynamic earnings ECHP economic Edward Elgar employed employees employment protection employment protection legislation employment security estimates Europe European Commission Eurostat females ﬁill-time ﬁndings ﬁrll-time fixed-term ﬂexibility and security Flexicurity full-time household human capital impact income security increase inﬂuence institutional Italy Labour Economics labour force labour market mobility labour market policies less Luijkx Luxembourg Madsen males move Muffels multinomial logit Netherlands non-standard number of hours numerical ﬂexibility occupational OECD panel data part-time job participation patterns period permanent job poverty precariousness rates reduced reﬂect Reform risk sample scarring effects sector self-employed self-employment signiﬁcant social Spain speciﬁc spell status Table TARKI temporary contracts temporary employment temporary job temporary workers transitional labour market unemployed unemployment insurance unemployment scarring variables wage welfare Wilthagen women