Changing Labour Markets in Europe: The Role of Institutions and Policies

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Professor of German Linguistics Peter Auer, Peter Auer
ILO, 2001 - Political Science - 254 pages
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Labor market institutions are a stabilizing force in the face of continuous structural and technological change. They are necessary for shaping the behavior of firms and workers, and are a precondition for the efficient functioning of labor market systems. Drawing on the experience of four small European economies (Austria, Denmark, Ireland and the Netherlands), this book analyzes four important policy areas in terms of their potential contribution to employment success: macroeconomics, industrial relations, working time and equal opportunities.

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Peter Auer is chief of employment analysis and research in the Employment Strategy Department of the ILO.

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