Flexicurity Strategies On The Economic Crisis Background
AbstractThe flexicurity concept – a combination of flexibility and security strategies, specific to each country – is a successful outcome of the 2010 Lisbon Strategy. Ever since 2000, this concept has been implemented for continuing the European labour markets reform. The conclusion of the Mission for Flexicurity is that the European labour markets challenges have not changed, therefore flexicurity is the strategy to be further implemented in order to align to the new competition requirements, providing also the necessary social protection, especially on the current economic crisis background. The paper addresses the flexicurity concept development, the implications of the flexicurity strategies and of the steps taken on the European Union Member States labour markets, on the economic crisis background.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
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flexicurity; economic crisis; unemployment; employment;
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