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The gradual transformation of continental European labor markets

Werner Eichhorst

The gradual transformation of continental European labor markets

France and Germany compared

by Werner Eichhorst

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Published by IZA in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor market -- France.,
  • Labor market -- Germany.,
  • Manpower policy -- France.,
  • Manpower policy -- Germany.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Werner Eichhorst.
    SeriesDiscussion paper -- no. 2675, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) -- no. 2675
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5701
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16362452M
    LC Control Number2007618544

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The gradual transformation of continental European labor markets by Werner Eichhorst Download PDF EPUB FB2

IZA DP No. The Gradual Transformation of Continental European Labor Markets: France and Germany Compared Werner Eichhorst Germany and France are both Continental European welfare states with severe labor market problems such as low employment and high and persistent unemployment which can be explained by labor market institutions that inhibit labor market adaptability.

The Gradual Transformation of Continental European Labor Markets: France and Germany Compared* Germany and France are both Continental European welfare states with severe labor market problems such as low employment and high and persistent unemployment which can be explained by labor market institutions that inhibit labor market by: BibTeX @MISC{Eichhorst07thegradual, author = {Werner Eichhorst and Germany Compared and Werner Eichhorst}, title = {The Gradual Transformation of Continental European Labor Markets.

IZA engages in (i) original and internationally competitive research in all fields of labor economics, (ii) development of policy concepts, and (iii) dissemination of research results and concepts to the interested public.

IZA Discussion Papers often represent preliminary work and are circulated to encourage discussion. Germany and France are both Continental European welfare states with severe labor market problems such as low employment and high and persistent unemployment which can be explained by labor market institutions that inhibit labor market : Werner Eichhorst.

Download Citation | The Gradual Transformation of Continental European Labor Markets: France and Germany Compared | Germany and France are both Continental European welfare states Author: Werner Eichhorst. IZA engages in (i) original and internationally competitive research in all fields of labor economics, (ii) development of policy concepts, and (iii) dissemination of research results and concepts to the interested public.

IZA Discussion Papers often represent preliminary work and are circulated to encourage : and Werner Eichhorst and Werner Eichhorst. Market economy’s requirement thus entailed a war on two fronts, market against man and nature, in order to commodify land and human beings into “land and labor” (,), while in the process separating political from economic institutions (,75).Cited by: THE COMING TRANSFORMATION OF CONTINENTAL EUROPEAN BANKING.

* by William R. White June Abstract This paper first provides a broad overview of current conditions in the banking industry in some of the countries that will participate in European economic and monetary union.

It then goes on to identify a number of important forces for by: the launch of the OECD Job Strategy and the EU European Employment Strategy, there has also been a growing consensus amongst policy makers that the “rules of game” of the labour market need to be adapted to new challenges such as demographic ageing, fast technological changes and rapid swings in the international division of Size: KB.

Continental European countries, amid late arrival of Industrial Revolution, exhibited similar reactions (, ). Where societies reacted, so did the states. Desperate to avoid being sidelined by market competition, European states shifted from free trade and lasseiz-faire to trade protectionism and struggle for overseas and exotic markets and raw material sources (, ).4/5(16).

The primary theoretical goal of this book is to provide a critical examination of some of the central claims of comparative political economy, particularly those involving the role and resilience of national institutions in regulating and managing capitalist political by: Eichhorst, Werner, "The Gradual Transformation of Continental European Labor Markets: France and Germany Compared," IZA Discussion PapersInstitute of Labor Economics (IZA).

Schneider, Hilmar & Eichhorst, Werner & Zimmermann, Klaus F., This book examines contemporary changes in labor market institutions in the United States, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands, focusing on developments in industrial relations, vocational education and training, and labor market by: Why are these statistics important and what is the European Commission doing in this regard.

Statistics on the labour market are at the heart of many EU policies and are namely used to monitor the Europe strategy, the European Employment Strategy (EES), the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Agenda for Sustainable also allow to respond to the requirements of.

WWe then turn to a discussion of why Germany’s labor market experience has e then turn to a discussion of why Germany’s labor market experience has bbeen so distinctive within continental Europe.

On the one side, the fall of the Berlin een so distinctive within continental Europe. On the one side, the fall of the Berlin. and employers of wage labor,” occupy center stage as the agents of disruptive but productive change (Marx & Engelschap.1). The spread of modern economic growth is usually seen as the spread of the British factory system to continental Europe and America.

Marx. This book presents a detailed and original analysis of labour and social transformations in the CEECs. By examining a wide range of countries in Central Europe, Labour and Social Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe offers a comprehensive and contrasting view of labour developments in Central and Eastern Europe.

Chapters explore three Cited by: 8. The digital transformation of companies and the use of new technologies in business inevitably have an impact on the labor market. The IDC study in Central and Eastern Europe shows that only % of employees in the region are fully compliant with companies’ digital skills requirements.

In the near future, companies will look for “generalists” who can use a wide array of digital tools. China in Light of the Performance of Central and East European Economies* While China shared many systemic, initial conditions with the transition economies of Central-East Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), it had a more agricultural economy and a more stable political-economic system than many CEE and CIS countries.

Get this from a library! Transformation at work in the new market economies of Central Eastern Europe. [Anna Pollert] -- "This book deepens the debate on transformation and brings new insights to the problems of democratic regeneration as an intrinsic part of the process.

It provides an authoritative new source for.In Britain, the “moral economy” (Thompson, ) associated with local wheat markets was swept aside in favor first of a national and then rapidly an international commodity market. 2. Continental Europe on the other hand, flirted only temporarily with free trade and quickly resorted to protecting its agriculture and its food supplies from Cited by: 4.This paper examines hours worked in continental Europe and the United States from to The empirical work establishes two results.

First, hours worked in Europe decline by almost 45 percent compared to the United States over this period. Second, this decline is almost entirely accounted for by the fact that Europe develops a much smaller market service sector than the United by: