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Soziales Risikomanagement durch Übergangsarbeitsmärkte

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  • Schmid, Günther

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Zunehmend ist von Risikomanagement die Rede. Für die Befürworter ist der Be-griff ein Hilfsmittel, um Managementtechniken aus der Betriebs- oder Finanzwirtschaft auch in die Sozial- und Arbeitsmarktpolitik zu übertragen; für die Kritiker ist der Begriff ein trojanisches Pferd, um neoliberale Prinzipien, vor allem Privatisierung und Deregulierung in diese Politikbereiche einzuschleusen. Dieser Essay betrachtet das in den öffentlichen Diskurs eingedrungene Wort 'Risikoma-nagement' dagegen als eine 'moralische Gelegenheit', die Balance von Eigenverantwortung und Solidarität auf dem Arbeitsmarkt neu zu bestimmen.

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  • Schmid, Günther, 2004. "Soziales Risikomanagement durch Übergangsarbeitsmärkte," Discussion Papers, Research Unit: Labor Market Policy and Employment SP I 2004-110, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB).
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    1. Sabine Klinger & Enzo Weber, 2016. "Decomposing Beveridge Curve Dynamics By Correlated Unobserved Components," Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, pages 877-894.
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