Labour market analysis at the OECD

an inside view by Paul Paterson

Publisher: Bureau of Labour Market Research in Canberra

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StatementPaul Paterson.
SeriesConference paper -- no.62
ContributionsAustralia. Bureau of Labour Market Research.
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Active Labour Market Programmes (ALMPs) are more voluntary policies, often targeted at specific groups which aim to promote labor-market entry and access to better employment. They include a variable mixture of training and basic skills (language and mathematics) education, work experience, job-search assistance, and direct job creation. The European project has always been primarily a market-making one, not very interested in social policy. However, for most of the history of the European Union and its predecessors, there have been compromises, often creative ones, between markets and social policy, or at least mutual respect for different spheres of competence (Scharpf ). The Labour Market • The market for a factor of production - labour (measure of work done by human beings) • Explains the functioning and dynamics of the market for labour e.g. the pattern of wages, employment and income. • Refers to the demand for labour – by employers and the supply of labour (provided by potential employees)File Size: KB. An Index of Labour Market Well-being for OECD Countries Executive Summary Is labour “better off”? To answer such a question one needs an index of labour market well-being that is capable of measuring the well-being that individuals in a given society at a given point in time can obtain through the labour market.

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