Rising Employment Flexibility and Young Workers' Economic Insecurity: A Comparative Analysis of the Danish Model of Flexicurity

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How have immediate school-to-work transitions and early careers changed in different labor market entry regimes since the early 1980s? How do institutional frameworks differ with regard to insecurity perception? This book investigates these topics from a cross-national perspective while focusing on Denmark, the darling of flexicurity literature. The results show that in all the labor market entry regimes, the school-to-work transition has become increasingly difficult, and flexible forms of work are more typical in the ...

Rising Employment Flexibility and Young Workers' Economic Insecurity: A Comparative Analysis of the Danish Model of Flexicurity 2012, Budrich Unipress

ISBN-13: 9783940755964

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