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Entwicklungen und Strukturmerkmale der atypisch Beschäftigten in Deutschland bis 2010

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  • Keller, Berndt
  • Schulz, Susanne
  • Seifert, Hartmut

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Das Diskussionspapier gibt im Kern einen Überblick über den Stand der atypischen Beschäftigungsverhältnisse in der Bundesrepublik in 2010 - dazu zählen befristete Beschäftigung, Teilzeitbeschäftigung, geringfügige Beschäftigung und Leiharbeit. Die Ergebnisse basieren auf Daten des Mikrozensus und des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels. Das Papier behandelt zunächst die Entwicklung der Formen atypischer Beschäftigung bis 2010. Anschließend werden die Formen nach ausgewählten Strukturmerkmalen der atypisch Beschäftigten (wie z. B. Geschlecht, Einkommen, Branche, Betriebsgröße) näher analysiert.

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  • Keller, Berndt & Schulz, Susanne & Seifert, Hartmut, 2012. "Entwicklungen und Strukturmerkmale der atypisch Beschäftigten in Deutschland bis 2010," WSI Working Papers 182, The Institute of Economic and Social Research (WSI), Hans-Böckler-Foundation.
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