The European Labour Market

Regional Dimensions

ISBN: 978-3-7908-1679-2 (Print) 978-3-7908-1680-8 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-7

    Introduction and Overview

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    Pages 9-31

    Regional Disparities in Europe

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    Pages 33-87

    Regional Unemployment in the OST Literature

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    Pages 89-121

    Regional Employment Dynamics in the EU: Structural Outlook, Co-Movements, Clusters and Common Shocks

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    Pages 123-146

    Does Space Matter for Labour Markets and How? A Critical Survey of the Recent Italian Empirical Evidence

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    Pages 147-163

    Labour Market Reform and the Beveridge Curve across Italian Regions

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    Pages 165-178

    Enterprise Defensive Restructuring: Cross-country Evidence within Transitional Settings

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    Pages 179-185

    Widening Unemployment Differentials in Italy: the Role of Wage and Labour Productivity

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    Pages 187-202

    Skill Mismatch and Regional Unemployment in Poland

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    Pages 203-219

    The Wage Curve and Agglomeration

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    Pages 221-244

    A Panel of Regional Indicators of Labour Market Flexibility: the UK, 1979–998

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    Pages 245-265

    Regional Wage Flexibility: the Wage Curve in Five EU Countries

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    Pages 267-286

    Large-Scale Labour Market Restructuring and Labour Mobility: the Experiences of East Germany and Poland

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    Pages 287-309

    Macroeconometric Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies in Germany. A Dynamic Panel Approach Using Regional Data

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    Pages 311-338

    Evaluating Asymmetries in Active Labour Market Policies: the Case of Italy

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 339-342