Work inequalities in the crisis : evidence from Europe /

Provides a comprehensive assessment of national trends in inequalities in 30 European countries.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: International Labour Office.
Other Authors: Vaughan-Whitehead, Daniel.
Format: eBook
Published: Cheltenham [England] : Edward Elgar Pub., 2011.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: Has the crisis exacerbated work inequalities? / Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead
  • 2. Mixed adjustment forms and inequality effects in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania / Jaan Masso and Kerly Krillo
  • 3. Inequality at work emerging in the current crisis in Bulgaria / Vasil Tsanov
  • 4. Croatia: Prolonged crisis with an uncertain ending / Vojmir Franic̆ević
  • 5. France: Protecting the insiders in the crisis and forgetting the outsiders? / Jérôme Gautié
  • 6. The German labour market after the financial crisis: Miracle or just a good policy mix? / Gerhard Bosch
  • 7. Hungary: Crisis coupled with a fiscal squeeze
  • effects on inequality / János Köllö
  • 8. Italy: Limited policy responses and industrial relations in flux, leading to aggravated inequalities / Niall 0'Higgins
  • 9. The Netherlands: Is the impact of the financial crisis on inequalities different from in the past? / Wiemer Salverda
  • 10. From the highest employment growth to the deepest fall: Economic crisis and labour inequalities in Spain / Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo Llorente and José-Ignacio Antón Pérez
  • 11. Flexicurity, Swedish-style, against the crisis: What impact on inequality? / Dominique Anxo
  • 12. Crisis in Turkey: Aggravating a segmented labour market and creating new inequalities / Seyhan Erdoğdu
  • 13. Social impact of the crisis in the UK: Focus on gender and age inequalities / Damian Grimshaw and Anthony Rafferty.