Innovating European Labour Markets

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Edward Elgar Publishing, May 14, 2014 - Business & Economics - 354 pages
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This book examines innovative theoretical perspectives and novel labour market policy responses to Europe's changing work demands, employment careers and life courses. It presents creative ideas and recommendations for flexicurity policies at various
 

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Contents

An Introduction
1
PART I Transitional Labour Markets in Europe
23
How to Tackle Vicious Circles and False Beliefs
25
3 How WIlling are Europeans to Migrate? A Comparison of Migration Intentions in Western and Eastern Europe
49
From Transition to Stabilisation
73
Do They Affect Male and Female Labour Market Transition Pstterns?
95
PART II Flexicurity and Working Time Arrangements
131
6 Projectbased Employment and Models of the Employment Contract
133
New Opportunities for Structuring Working Hours and Careers
215
PART III Life Course Transitions and Careers
243
Innovating the Management of Transitions from Work to retirement
245
Risk and Flexibility in SchooltoWork Transition Sequences
275
Mind Your Step
297
Dynamics and Perspectives
319
Author Index
343
Subject index
349

7 Working Time Flexibility across Europe
163
8 Mapping Flexicurity in the EU
191

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