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Rapporto sul mercato del lavoro della provincia di Bologna nel 2013 : uscire dal labirinto


  • Giorgio Tassinari

    () (Università di Bologna)


The paper contains the main informations about labour market in the county of Bologna during 2013. In 2008 the Bologna labour market suffers deeply of the effects of the economic crisis started goes through great transformations from full employment to mass unemployment. Moreover, it witnessed an heavy diffusion of short term jobs and other non standard contracts. The paper shows that this changes are shared with what has happened at regional and national levels.

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  • Giorgio Tassinari, 2014. "Rapporto sul mercato del lavoro della provincia di Bologna nel 2013 : uscire dal labirinto," Quaderni di Dipartimento 2, Department of Statistics, University of Bologna.
  • Handle: RePEc:bot:quadip:wpaper:124

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