Lost in Transition

@inproceedings{BrzinskyFay2006LostIT,
  title={Lost in Transition},
  author={Christian Brzinsky-Fay},
  year={2006}
}
For TLM policies it is necessary not to focus on single transitions or points of time, but on transition periods. Such a period can contain more than one single transition adding up to an overall sequence type. In particular, the process of labour market entry is characterised by considerable insecurity and by more or less long duration. From a European perspective, it seems to be appropriate not to focus policies on the unique national level, but have a more differentiated view on these… 

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