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Flexicurity: Wie lassen sich Flexibilität und soziale Sicherheit vereinbaren? (Flexicurity - how can flexibility and social security be reconciled?)

@inproceedings{Keller2005FlexicurityWL,
  title={Flexicurity: Wie lassen sich Flexibilit{\"a}t und soziale Sicherheit vereinbaren? (Flexicurity - how can flexibility and social security be reconciled?)},
  author={Berndt K. Keller and H. Seifert},
  year={2005}
}
"This paper focuses on the 'flexicurity' concept, which links flexibility on the labour market with social security. It is applied here to the institutional basic conditions of the Federal Republic of Germany and is discussed as an alternative to solely increasing flexibility. The central elements are the four concepts which are to be linked together: transitional labour markets, collective bargaining policy and working time policy both aimed at safeguarding employment, life-long learning and a… Expand
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