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Monitoring of regional labour markets in European states

Christa Larsen

Monitoring of regional labour markets in European states

[concepts - experiences - perspectives : ... conference "Monitoring of Regional Labour Markets in Europe" which took place in March 2006 in Frankfurt am Main]

by Christa Larsen

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Published by Hampp in Muenchen, Mering .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information,
  • U berwachung,
  • Arbeitsmarktpolitik,
  • Regionaler Arbeitsmarkt,
  • Congresses,
  • Labor Supply,
  • Labor Market,
  • Evaluation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChrista Larsen ... (eds.).
    ContributionsConference Monitoring of Regional Labour Markets in Europe (2006, Frankfurt, Main)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5764.A6 M66 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination182 S. :
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25543250M
    ISBN 103866181086
    ISBN 109783866181083
    OCLC/WorldCa159918903

    A Decade of Labour Market Reforms. in the EU: Insights from the. LABREF Database. Against the background of an increased urgency to reform labour markets, and broadly in line with the recommendations by European institutions, most Member States have stepped up. Characteristics and labour market performance of the new member state immigrants in Finland, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom We use pooled cross-sectional data from the European Union Labour Force Survey from the the labour markets of the old member states and whether the composition of the immigrants.

    April European Urban and Regional Studies Colin C Williams This article reveals that formal labour markets in the European Union are not . The OECD Regional Database provides a unique set of comparable statistics and indicators on about regions in 30 countries. It encompasses yearly time-series for around 40 indicators of demography, economic accounts, labour market, social and innovation themes in the OECD member countries.

    2 IPPR Migrant employment outcomes in European labour markets. In discussing employment outcomes for migrants we consider the interactions of a complex set of dynamics that arise from issues related to gender, discrimination, migration routes, labour market structures, employment rights and professional and social networks.   For those European Member States which have gone even further by adopting the euro as the single currency, there are added benefits in terms of price transparency, lower interest rates, reduced transaction costs and the elimination of exchange rate fluctuations. These benefits are very substantial.


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Monitoring of regional labour markets in European states by Christa Larsen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Labour market developments and reforms. Studying labour markets is important because they are vital to the competitiveness of the EU economy, today and in the future. The Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs undertakes periodic, general.

The term ‘European labour market’ is used to describe the demographic profile of the labour force as well as the systems of regulation, at EU level, concerned primarily with the free movement of workers but additionally with other forms of regulation that shape Europe’s labour market.

Downloadable (with restrictions). This book brings together up-to-date findings on the regional dimensions of European labour markets. It provides a conceptual and empirical study of the interactions between the European economy and its regions, paying particular attention to the issue of the transition of Central and Eastern European countries to a market economy.

Request PDF | The European Labour Market. Regional Dimensions | This book brings together up-to-date findings on the regional dimensions of European labour markets. It provides a conceptual and. Gebel, M. Older workers in the focus of regional labour market monitoring. In: C. Larsen, W.

Mathejczyk and A. Schmid (eds.) Monitoring of regional labour markets in European states. Munich: Rainer Hampp Verlag, labour market are drawn, will decrease even more rapidly. Among the older age cohorts, the exact opposite will occur. This concerns all Member States although with differences in the intensity and timing of trends.

Already, in almost one quarter of European regions, the working age population has stopped growing. Regional labour markets includes regional data on labour force at place of residence, employment and unemployment by gender, part-time employment, and long term and youth unemployment.

The territorial grids (TL2 and TL3) used in this database are officially established and relatively stable in all OECD member countries, and are used by many as.

Regional Labor Market Adjustments in the United States and Europe Prepared by Mai Dao, Davide Furceri, Prakash Loungani1 Authorized for distribution by Prakash Loungani February Abstract We examine patterns of regional adjustments to shocks in Cited by: Regional Labour Markets Bulletin 3 October • small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) accounted for % of the total enterprise population in the State; consequently, in each region, the vast majority (over 90%) of enterprises were micro enterprises (with fewer than 10 persons engaged), with the Mid-EastFile Size: 6MB.

International labour law is the body of rules spanning public and private international law which concern the rights and duties of employees, employers, trade unions and governments in regulating the workplace. The International Labour Organization and the World Trade Organization have been the main international bodies involved in reforming labour markets.

The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, usually known in English as the Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), is a Vienna-based agency of the European Union inaugurated on 1 March It was established by Council Regulation (EC) No / of Agency executive: Michael O'Flaherty, Director.

Book review on: The European Labour Market Regional Dimensions Floro Ernesto Caroleo and Sergio Destefanis (editors)1 by Peter Huber, Austrian Institute for Economic Research, Vienna This collective volume is published at a time when, in conjunction with the enlargement of the European Union and the Lisbon agenda, regional labour market.

The identification of labour market issues critically rests on the availability of data, information and analysis. Labour market information systems (LMIS) provide an essential basis for employment and labour policies, and inform the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of policies that are better focused and targeted.

Articles about labour market statistics were published in Labour Market Trends (up until ) and in Economic and Labour Market Review (from to ).

Editions of Labour Market Trends are available from July until Januarywhen the publication was discontinued. Regional Labour Markets Bulletin 1 September Executive Summary The Regional Labour Markets Bulletin provides an overview of the Irish labour market at regional level with the objective of supporting the decision making process in the areas of education and training provision, labour market policies and career guidance.

The core of this study is the development of a statistical tool for measuring the regional labour market sensitivity. The goal is to present and apply a general index, which can be used in other disciplines as well. An additional objective is the evaluation of the social and economic processes affecting the labour market, and the identification of highly vulnerable Cited by: 1.

With regard to the labour market, the dominant feature during recent years has been a substantial rise in unemployment. The present paper examines the regional implications of this tendency and confronts it with the present state of regional growth theory.

It is argued that the latter cannot account for recent regional developments for two main reasons: firstly the role of Cited by: 6. EUROPEAN ECONOMIC REVIEW ELSEVIER European Economic Review 39 () Regional labor market dynamics in Europe Jg Decressin a, Antonio Fatas b' * a International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, USA INSEAD, Boulevard de Constance, Fontainebleau, France Received April ; final version received November Abstract The paper Cited by: European countries than on other countries of the world and the post-crisis recovery is also slower in these countries.

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Third, with the adoption of the European Single Act and the Maastricht treaty, European countries move closer to full economic integration, and conse-quently region-specific shocks will become more prominent.

Local labour market indicators cover employment, unemployment, economic inactivity, Jobseeker’s Allowance and jobs density, for sub-regional geographic areas such as local and unitary authorities, counties and regions in the UK for the most recent 12 month period available of the Annual Population Survey (APS).SOME CHARACTERISTIC OF EUROPEAN (FLEXIBLE) LABOUR MARKETS ABSTRACT In this article, the author analyses the structure of the European labour market(s) and the correlation between the welfare state regimes and the types of labour markets in Europe.

Using the data from the Labour Force Surveys and cluster analysis as a.organisations, the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound), have partnered to produce this report, Working conditions in a global perspective.

We share the conviction of the importance of measuring, monitoring and analysing trends in working conditions.