De l'emploi garanti à la flexibilité : analyse des mutations sur le marché du travail bulgare
AbstractThe main goal of this paper is to present the evolution of the labour market and the labour policies implemented in Eastern Countries, by studying specifically Bulgaria. The description of the Bulgarian labour under the communist system shows that the first-fruits of a labour market were already constituted. Moreover, the analysis of employment after 1989 shows that precarious jobs are developing with the incapacity for the government to solve the acute problem of unemployment. A lot of rigidities are persisting. (Full text in French)
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