Labour Market Flexibility and Employment Protection Regulation in the Baltic States

@inproceedings{Eamets2004LabourMF,
  title={Labour Market Flexibility and Employment Protection Regulation in the Baltic States},
  author={Raul Eamets and Jaan Masso},
  year={2004}
}
There is increasing pressure for the flexibility of labour markets both in current EU member states and candidate countries. The paper aims to estimate the strictness of employment protection regulation, one of the most relevant aspects of labour market flexibility, and the degree of its actual enforcement, for the Baltic States. For the studies on CEE labour markets the novelty in our approach is that we use information from the applicable legislation as well as on the coverage of labour… CONTINUE READING

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