The Dynamics of Full Employment

The Dynamics of Full Employment

Social Integration Through Transitional Labour Markets

Labour Markets and Employment Policy series

Edited by Günther Schmid and Bernard Gazier

Persistent unemployment is recognised as one of the main mechanisms of social and political exclusion. The Dynamics of Full Employment provides a new and fresh approach to the question of full employment in contemporary society. It offers an internationally comparative, interdisciplinary approach to the dynamics of full employment and views the labour market not only as an economic institution, but as a social one.

Chapter 5: Towards a theory of transitional labour markets

Günther Schmid

Subjects: economics and finance, labour economics, politics and public policy, public policy, social policy and sociology, labour policy


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