Occupazione e disoccupazione in Italia e in Europa negli anni novanta
[Employment and unemployment in Italy and Europe in the nineties]
Employment, unemployment and, more generally, the theme of work are the issues that have become a social emergency and are central to the debate on economic growth. This paper examines the employment and unemployment in Italy and Europe in the nineties, ie in a period of major institutional changes following the entry into force of the new economic constitution represented by the Maastricht Treaty and by the Amsterdam Treaty, which created a political-economic system in Europe in which the principles of market economy and subsidiarity should interact in a virtuous manner. The essay discusses in particular the issue of labor market rigidities in Italy and analyze the proposals and legislative measures designed to enhance the flexibility, but broadens the discussion on structural policies necessary to the Italian economy to overcome some historical gaps and some systemic failures which led to a modest growth trajectory.
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- Lindbeck, Assar, 1996.
"The West European Employment Problem,"
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466, Research Institute of Industrial Economics.
- Assar Lindbeck, 1996. "The West European employment problem," Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), Springer, vol. 132(4), pages 609-637, December.
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