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Concept of Flexicurity and Non-standard Forms of Employment: Modern Challenges


  • Tsizhma Yuriy I.

    (Precarpathian National University named after V. Stefanyk)


The article is devoted to theoretical and practical issues of the use of the concept of flexicurity and non-standard forms of employment when developing the strategy of improvement of the structure of employment of the population. It considers main characteristics of the concept of flexicurity and its principles, analyses positioning of the labour markets of CIS countries (EU data) and possibilities of its realisation in Ukraine). It develops a strategy of improvement of the structure of employment of the population, which is considered as a system of goals, principles and instruments of formation of a flexible structure of employment, effectiveness of which is based on the weighed organisational and legal platform and efficient institutional environment. The article specifies the role, types and specific features of non-standard employment and organisational and legal conditions of its use, which make its application possible within the framework of the concept of flexicurity for reduction of social tension and improvement of the structure of employment of the population.

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  • Tsizhma Yuriy I., 2013. "Concept of Flexicurity and Non-standard Forms of Employment: Modern Challenges," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 7, pages 197-202.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:7:p:197_202

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