2 edition of Understanding European cross-border labour markets found in the catalog.
Understanding European cross-border labour markets
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||P. de Gijsel, M. Janssen, H.-J. Wenzel, M. Woltering (eds.)|
|Contributions||De Gijsel, P., Wenzel, Hans-Joachim, Woltering, M.|
|LC Classifications||HD5764.5.A6 U53 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
at the ECB workshop “Understanding the yield curve: what has changed with the crisis?”, Frankfurt, 8 September Ladies and gentlemen, It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you on behalf of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank to this topical workshop on “Understanding the yield curve: what has changed with the crisis?”. instead emphasize the great variability of cross-border labour markets across the global economy. Altogether, the economic-sociological approach suggested in this special themed section shows great promise for theorizing cross-border labour markets as a sui generis phenomenon and can thus help labour market theory to incorporate trans-Author: Ursula Mense‐Petermann.
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van derCited by: 7. Title: What is the influence of borders on economic internationalisation. Author(s): Houtum, H.J. van: Publication year: Cited by: 5. Get this from a library. Labour mobility in the enlarged single European market.
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a long time regarded as non-tradable, might imply for local labour markets as well as the internationalization of labour markets. The different chapters of this book shed light on all of these issues. In addition, the volume also discusses the consequences of the movement of workers across borders for receiving economies.
While cross-border cooperation in the form of euroregions today is a common sight on virtually all European borders, research still has limited knowledge on mechanisms involved with. Downloadable. In this paper we critically address and interrogate the issue of cross‐border labour mobility in the European Union.
Despite fifteen years of policy stimulation, cross‐border labour movements are still exceptions and not the dominant pattern. It is argued that it is a further understanding of the concept of immobility more than mobility that should be at the core of the.
Chapter 7 – Market integration, cross-border recruitment, and enforcement of labour standards – A Dutch case. Cross-border labour mobility and enforcement – Introduction.
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European social movements have been central to European history, politics, society and culture, and have had a global re Brand: Taylor And Francis. Cross Border Trade Union Collaboration in the Context of Competition and Arbitraging Labour in an Enlarged Europe.
their European reach and access to. Furthermore, pre-crisis research had suggested that the cross-border diversification of large banks improves the soundness of the banking system by making individual bank failures less likely. On a related issue, we should recall that a primary role of interbank markets is to provide banks with an efficient risk-sharing tool.
The book also surveys research on the economic impact of migra-tion and analyses the importance of education for integration of immigrants into the labour market.
It finds that in many EU countries, second- and third-generation descendants of immigrants are much less well integrated into the labour market and have worse educationalFile Size: 5MB. Ines Wagner and Karen Shire. "Labour Subcontracting in Cross-Border Labour Markets: A Comparison of Rule Evasion in Germany and Japan" in Jens Arnholtz and Nathan Lillie (eds.) Posted Work in the European Union: The Political Economy of Free Movement.
Routledge. Nathan Lillie, Lisa Berntsen, Ines Wagner and Sonila Danaj. The INTERREG-V-A project youRegion pursues to promote the cross-border labour markets in the Meuse-Rhine Euregion (EMR) by centrally coordinating advisory and placement services and establishing a.
Post-Brexit, understanding European Union health policy will be more important than ever. December 9, As we argue in our new book, The EU makes policy on cross-border care based on internal market law. It makes the rules that permit European clinical professionals to work freely across the EU.
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national program activities towards labour demand needs and in particular under-serviced occupations. This is an essential next step in facilitating recruitment across borders and helping meet the employment goals of Europe The EURES reform will also mirror major changes taking place both in labour markets (new.
This book is the final output of a research project –Protecting labour migrants in the Netherlands: past, present and in the futurethat allowed us to collaborate with the selected contributors to this volume.¹ Together, we dive into the position of low-waged migrant workers from within the EU, possibly working under worse labour conditions than nationals, or under the level of their.
This paper revisits the comparative approach used by Penninx and Roosblad (Trade Unions, Immigration and Immigrants in Europe, New York: Berghahn Books) to study trade unions’ attitudes and actions in relation to immigrant workers in seven Western European countries.
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Managing Human Resources in Cross-Border Alliances "Text looks at business and human resources issues arising out of companies seeking alliances with companies in other countries, and forming cross-border alliances. For students and professionals of HR/international business." "Timely and Comprehensive.An analysis of articles published in the Web of Science, Scopus or Research Gate databases shows that the attention of economists focuses mainly on the functioning of border markets (the formation of local cross-border markets), in particular cross-border tourism regions, or cross-border labour markets [10,11,12].
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