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Istituzioni del Mercato del Lavoro e Occupazione: dai Costi di Aggiustamento all'Appropriabilita'

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La rigidita' del mercato del lavoro europeo e' spesso ritenuta responsabile degli elevati e persistenti livelli di disoccupazione registrati nell'ultimo decennio. Il tema della riduzione dei livelli di job-protection e' centrale nel dibattito politico, e, vista la difficolta' di ricorrere all'espansione della spesa pubblica, e' spesso presentato come l'unica soluzione per stimolare l'occupazione e la crescita. La riflessione scientifica in merito si sviluppa da lungo tempo, e, pur non essendo arrivata a conclusioni univoche, ha migliorato molto la nostra comprensione degli effetti della rigidita'. Questo articolo si propone di passare in rassegna alcuni dei principali contributi teorici ed empirici allo studio degli effetti della regolamentazione del mercato del lavoro. Particolare attenzione sara' dedicata al dualismo flessibilita' - rigidita', e ai suoi effetti sul livello di occupazione.

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  • Giuseppe Russo, 2002. "Istituzioni del Mercato del Lavoro e Occupazione: dai Costi di Aggiustamento all'Appropriabilita'," CELPE Discussion Papers 69, CELPE - Centre of Labour Economics and Economic Policy, University of Salerno, Italy.
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    1. Helliwell, John F, 1988. "Comparative Macroeconomics of Stagflation," Journal of Economic Literature, American Economic Association, vol. 26(1), pages 1-28, March.
    2. Caballero, Ricardo J. & Hammour, Mohamad L., 1998. "Jobless growth: appropriability, factor substitution, and unemployment," Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, Elsevier, vol. 48(1), pages 51-94, June.
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