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La flexisécurité danoise : quels enseignements pour la France ?

  • Boyer, Robert
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    Alors que dans nombre de pays européens une fraction notable de la population continue à souffrir d'un chômage élevé et de longue durée, il est un pays qui, en l'espace de quelques années, est parvenu à réduire de moitié son taux de chômage. Ce pays, le Danemark, a depuis lors retenu l'attention des chercheurs comme des responsables politiques, au point de constituer un « modèle » original combinant flexibilité pour les entreprises et sécurité pour les salariés. Robert Boyer explore ici les raisons de ce succès, en montre l'origine historique et en tire quelques enseignements prudents concernant l'applicabilité du « modèle danois » en dehors de ses frontières, et tout particulièrement en France.

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