Development of the Slovenian Labour Market in 1996-2006 and the Main Challenges of Labour Market Policy
The labour market situation in Slovenia has improved in the last ten years, but some labour market problems persist. This article presents the labour market reforms carried out in the last ten years, which could be considered as partial. In order to make the labour market more flexible and to increase the job intensity of GDP growth, labour market reforms should be more comprehensive. The article identifies the main challenges of labour market policy and draws attention to some current and potential labour market problems in Slovenia.
Volume (Year): 19 (2007)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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