De nouvelles formes de segmentation liées à la dérégulation du marché du travail ? Evidences empiriques sur les modes d'ajustement des entreprises danoises
AbstractThis paper tries to go beyond regulation regimes to depict national uses of flexibility. On the basis of a company survey we are able to assess that a significant number of Danish firms applies a mix of internal and external modes of flexibility simultaneously. The second part of our analysis underscores that these strategies are addressed to different groups of employees according to their characteristics. The contractual segmentation incited by strict employment protection legislation is thus replaced by new forms of segmentation between core workers who benefit from internal mobilities and peripheral workers subject to external numerical flexibility.
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Flexible firm; labour market segmentation; factor analysis.;
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