1 edition of Labour market policy in transition found in the catalog.
Labour market policy in transition
1978 by Delegation for Labour Market Policy Research (EFA) Swedish Ministry of Labour in [Stockholm?] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Labour market policy in transition :, Arbetsmarknadspolitik i förändring.|
|Statement||by Jan Johannesson and Inga Persson-Tanimura.|
|Contributions||Persson-Tanimura, Inga., Sweden. Delegationen för arbetsmarknadspolitisk forskning.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
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The book examines “new forms of informality” in developed and developing countries, and how our policies can be improved to respond to new evolving realities. ‘This Handbook gives comprehensive information about the different national labour markets, and charts the policies in force to combat unemployment This Handbook will help politicians as well as scholars to understand as well as improve and adjust the policy instruments that are in place.
It is a thorough work, prepared to a high standard, and it will be widely used.’. 'The book should be of great use and interest to anyone concerned with labour market issues, and particularly so for those concerned with designing effective evaluation schemes. Further, it cannot be disputed that, as the paper version yields a price of roughlyp.
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Book Description. Under communism there was, in the countries of Eastern Europe, a high level of gender equality in the labour market, particularly in terms of high participation rates by women. The transition from communism has upset this situation, with different impacts in the different countries.
About this book Introduction It highlights the lasting institutional limits to social democratization in countries that are democratizing in the context of radical market reforms and provides an account of the politics of limiting social deepening in the crucial early years of Chile's transition, including a detailed examination of the.
Read - Mining Labour Market Transition Project - Final Report: Mining Industry Human Resources Council - desLibris. Downloadable. During the transition period in Poland, its labour market changed dynamically.
Many new phenomena which the Polish economy had never seen before manifested themselves. The society showed greater interest in higher education and the market for education services expanded, increasing the number of colleges and universities, especially private by: 1. employment and labour market participation, in transition countries the results indicate that more protection could contribute towards improving employment performance and higher economic activity of people in the formal sector of the economy.
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DOI link for Youth in Transition. Youth in Transition book. The Sociology of Youth and Youth Policy. Edited By Claire Wallace, Malcolm Cross. Edition 1st Edition. First Published The Transition from YTS to Work: Content, Context and the External Labour : David Raffe.
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|a Adapting public policy to a labour market in transition / |c editors W. Craig Riddell and France St-Hilaire. |a Montréal: |b IRPP, |c Labour Markets in Transition Edited by Ruud Muffels This book seeks to gain a better understanding of the paradoxical relationship between the alleged need of European labour markets to become more flexible and the way in which national policies pursue this aim without jeopardising existing high standards of income and employment security.This chapter focuses on what the concepts of social and labour market policy are and how they can be understood.
It begins with a short historical depiction of the development, using the lenses of old and new social risk as a way to see how policies have : Bent Greve.