Invitation Zoom Digital Seminar: The International Economics of the Corona Shock
The International Economics of the Corona Shock Zoom Digital Seminar Date: 8 July 2020 Time:... [mehr]
Klausureinsicht am 0107.2020: WiSe 19/20 / Exam Review Winter term 19/20
Am 01.07.2020 findet in FN.00.01 die Klausureinsicht für folgende Klausuren aus dem Wintersemester... [mehr]
New discussion paper from Lucas Bretschger and Elise Grieg (ETH Zürich) and Paul Welfens and Tian Xiong (EIIW/University of Wuppertal)
Bretschger, L.; Grieg, E.; Welfens, P.J.J.; Xiong, T.: Corona Fatality Development, Medical... [mehr]
Prof. Paul J.J. Welfens zu den EU-Finanzhilfen am 19.05.20
YouTube Video [mehr]
New Discussion Paper: Corona World Recession and Health System Crisis: Shocks Not Understood So Far
Summary: The Coronavirus World Recession is a global symmetric shock that will cause... [mehr]
These continue to be difficult times for the labor markets of the industrialized nations. Shifts in labor demand, deregulatory impulses, and the ongoing process of globalization have each impacted the labor markets of the United States and Europe. In the face of the globalization of economic relations and the challenge of the NICs, employment has stagnated in some member states of the EU - in sharp contrast to the United States. Even though several European countries have introduced seemingly successful labor market reforms, whether Euroland as a whole will be able to cope with heterogeneous labor market dynamics and rising immigration is an open question. This theme provides the backdrop to this book. Its main focus is on labor market rules, unemployment, and aspects of the social security system. Theory and practice receive equal attention. Options for reforming labor markets and the social security system provide the policy content.
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