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OECD Employment Outlook ‐ 2005 Edition: (Complete Edition ‐ ISBN 9264010459)

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The OECD Employment Outlook 2005 presents OECD's latest review of labour market trends and issues.¬† In addition to its¬†regular overview of labour markets in OECD countries and its comprehensive statistical annex, this edition also includes articles covering trade adjustment costs in OECD labour markets, regional disparities in labour markets, the role of in‐work benefits in increasing employment, and evaluating the impact of labour market programmes and public employment services.

Editorial: Globalisation: Coping with the ChallengeIntroduction: Short‐Term Employment Prospects‐Economic Outlook to the Year 2006‐Employment and Unemployment‐Compensation and Labour CostsChapter 1. Trade Adjustment Costs in OECD Labour Markets: A Mountain or a Molehill?Chapter 2. How Persistent are Regional Disparities in Employment? The Role of Geographic MobilityChapter 3. Increasing Financial Incentives to Work: The Role of In‐Work BenefitsChapter 4. Labour Market Programmes and Activation Strategies: Evaluating the ImpactsChapter 5. Public Employment Services: Managing PerformanceStatistical Annex‐Standardised Unemployment Rates‐Employment/Population Ratios (by sex, age)‐Labour Force Participation Rates (by sex, age)‐Unemployment Rates (by sex, age)‐Incidence and Composition of Part‐Time Employment‐Average Annual Hours Actually worked Per Person in Employment‐Incidence of Long‐Term Unemployment‐Public Expenditure and Participant Inflows in Labour Market Programmes in OECD Countries
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Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 01 July 2005

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