2 edition of The Nordic Labour Markets in the 1990"s found in the catalog.
The Nordic Labour Markets in the 1990"s
July 1, 1996
by Elsevier Publishing Company
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||648|
The Nordic countries are small and open economies, well-known for their high income levels, high employment rates, organized labour markets, a relatively equal distribution of incomes, and large public sectors. From this perspective, the book asks whether there are lessons that might be learned from the Nordic economies. The outbreak of the financial crisis in has had significant effects on economic activity, unemployment, and public finances for all European countries. However, European economies do not form a homogenous region, and any serious analysis of macroeconomic imbalances in Europe must account for the fact that different economic and political models and .
Book Reviews Book Reviews # Blackwell Publishers Ltd , Cowley Road, Oxford OX4 1JF, UK and Main Street, Malden, MA , USA. BOOK REVIEWS This is a very North American book. The law that informs it, the legal cases of harassment cited and the literature are American. Articles. Rita Asplund & Erling Barth & Per Lundborg & Kjersti Misje Nilsen, "Polarization of the Nordic Labour Markets," Finnish Economic Papers, Finnish Economic Association, vol. 24(2), pages , Lundborg & Hans Sacklén, "Low‐inflation Targeting and Long‐run Unemployment," Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. (3), .
In: Wadensjö E (ed) The Nordic Labour Markets in the s. North-Holland, Amsterdam Google Scholar Penninx R, Schoorl J, van Praag C () The Impact of International Migration Receiving Countries: The Case of the by: In the early s the Nordic countries were considered to be in a serious situation. The costs of welfare states, generous unemployment benefits, high taxation rates, strong unions, and centralized wage bargaining were thought to be undermining their competitiveness in an age of rapid globalization. By however, they all ranked at the top of a number of performance .
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The Nordic labour markets in the 's. [Eskil Wadensjö;] This study compares the main aspects of the four Nordic labour markets.
The central issues covered are unemployment, wage differentials, the youth labour market, Book: All Authors / Contributors.
“A hopeful wakeup call”. That is how one of Denmark’s leading labour market researchers describes the coronavirus’ consequences for the Nordic labour markets. Henning Jørgensen is a Professor at Aalborg University and the co-author of a new book on the past 25 years of Danish labour market policy.
The Nordic countries share active labour market policies as part of a corporatist economic model intended to reduce conflict between labour and the interests of capital. The corporatist system is most extensive in Norway and Sweden, where employer federations and labour representatives bargain at the national level mediated by the government.
The Nordic Labour Markets in the s: Unemployment in the Nordic Countries (Part 1) by Eskil (Edited By) Wadensjo, Eskil Wadensjö Hardcover, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Hardoy, I. and Larsen, Knut A.
(), Database for European Migration. The Nordic Labour Markets in the 1990s book Negotiated Nordic Labor Markets: From Bust to Boom Institute for Labour and Social research; During the s and early s the Nordic. Part of the Social Policy in a Development Context book series (SPDC) Abstract Summers, L., Gruber, J.
and Vergara, R. () ‘Taxation and the Structure of Labour Markets’. Quarterly Journal of Economics, Google Scholar Kiander J. () Growth and Employment in the ‘Nordic Welfare States’ in the s: a Tale of Crisis Cited by: The dramatically changing national economies and labour markets since the s, under labels like Europeanisation and globalization, meant a serious challenge to the model.
This excellent book analyses this challenge and the destiny of the model in a long historical perspective since World War I.’ Bo StrÃ¥th, University of Helsinki Cited by: In a Nordic comparative analysis of the effectiveness of gender equality policy in the mids, Finland was placed in the third tier after Sweden and Norway, but before Denmark and Iceland.
22 September Nordic labour market models in open markets NordMod Report by Søren Kaj Andersen (FAOS), Jon Erik Dølvik (Fafo) og Christian Lyhne Ibsen (FAOS). This report reviews the main common traits and variations of the Nordic models of labour market regulation, how they were adjusted after the crises in the s, and how recent.
The work reported in this book started in the early s, when the Department of Economics at Addis Ababa University jointly with the Department of Economics at Göteborg University (Sweden), the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) at Oxford University, and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) agreed to.
Book Description. Nordic welfare states are known for a unique combination of equity and efficiency and for political institutions facilitating compromise and consensus between conflicting interests. The Nordic Welfare State in Three Eras: From Emancipation to Discipline analyses the historical and contemporary evolution of Nordic welfare.
Between and the mids, Sweden dropped from being the 4th richest nation in the world to the 13th richest nation in the world.
As late astax revenues in the Nordic nations ranged between 25 per cent of GDP in Denmark to 32 per cent in Norway – similar to other developed countries. The Nordic countries led the world in introducing the mobile network in the s and the GSM standard in the s.
Today they are ahead in the transition to both e. ty weaknesses of the Nordic welfare societies is the high level of gender segregation in labour markets.
The public sector employs women to work in kindergartens, schools, school kitchens and nursing homes. Consequently, wom-en earn less than if they worked for instance in the pri-vate industries. The high gender pay gap is considered. Yes, even Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden have seen declines in unionization since the early s, which is when the region experienced its own local version of the financial crisis and deep.
Labour market activation in Finland in the s: Workfare reforms and labour market flexibilization. Local Economy, Vol. 27, 5–6/ (–) Aug ProjectsTitle: Researcher at.
Esping- Andersen s seminal book was rst published. However, the s crisis that was soon to come altered these conditions substantially. The Nordic labour markets have thus changed considerably since the heyday of welfare state development in the decades immediately follow - ing the Second World War.
The Nordic labour markets in the s, Vol. II (Amsterdam, Elsevier). Scoville J. G.; Nyamadzabo, T. Report on the impact of minimum wages in Botswana, prepared for the National Employment, Manpower and Incomes Council (Gaborone). policy regimes in the Nordic countries, although some small steps towards policy harmonisation have, indeed, been taken, especially when it comes to applying shared ideas and policy recommendations in the labour market and family policy.
Hence, the relationship between the EU and the Nordic models of welfare can be seen to beFile Size: KB. COVID Resources.
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During his premiership from todespite the City’s major part in causing the financial crisis, Labour could never quite bring itself to Author: Andy Beckett.The Nordic labour market is characterised by responsible unions, which do not claim higher wages than the market and productivity growth can bear.
Countries with high union membership lack the extensive low-wage labour markets found in many contemporary countries where it is common for individuals to need a number of jobs to match their living.The Social Democratic Full Employment Model in the Nordic Countries underwent a rapid transition in the s and early s.
In this paper, change and continuity is examined along thre dimensions: the political stimulation of demand for labour, the political incentives influencing labour supply, and thirdly, the politics targeted towards enhancing the matching process on the Cited by: 2.