Edited by Ramón Gómez-Salvador, Ana Lamo, Barbara Petrongolo, Melanie Ward and Etienne Wasmer
Labour Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe highlights recent developments in the labour supply in Europe and gives a detailed assessment of their link with economic policies and labour market institutions. Despite major changes in European labour supply during the past few decades, the existing literature still lacks a comprehensive study of the relationship between labour supply and labour market institutions from a macro perspective.
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- Labour Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe
- Chapter 1: A Matching Model of Non-Employment and Wage Pressure
- Chapter 2: Tax-effects on Work Activity, Industry Mix and Shadow Economy Size: Evidence from Rich Country Comparisons
- Chapter 3: Mother’s Changing Labour Supply in Britain, the USA and Sweden
- Chapter 4: Women’s Hours of Market Work in Germany – The Role of Parental Leave
- Chapter 5: The Determinants of Labour Force Participation in the European Union
- Chapter 6: Hiring Incentives and Labour Force Participation in Italy
- Chapter 7: Recent Developments in Part-time Work in EU Countries: Trends and Policy
- Chapter 8: Matching Workers to Jobs on the Fast Lane: The Operation of Fixed-Term Contracts
- LABOUR SUPPLY IN A NEW EUROPE
- CHALLENGES FOR LABOUR MARKETS IN THE NEW EUROPE
- CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNATIONAL LABOUR MOBILITY IN AN ENLARGED EU
- DOES EU ENLARGEMENT IMPLY A 'RACE TO THE BOTTOM' IN EU LABOUR MARKETS?
- THE EFFECTS OF ENLARGEMENT IN IMPERFECT LABOUR MARKETS
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