Zero-hours contracts and labour market policy

@article{Datta2019ZerohoursCA,
  title={Zero-hours contracts and labour market policy},
  author={Nikhil Datta and G. Giupponi and S. Machin},
  journal={Economic Policy},
  year={2019},
  volume={34},
  pages={369-427}
}
SUMMARYThe evolving nature of atypical work arrangements is studied. A particular focus is placed on one such form of work relation: zero-hours contracts (ZHCs). The paper uses existing secondary data and new survey data collected for the specific purpose of studying alternative work arrangements to describe the nature of ZHC work in the UK labour market. The interaction with labour market policy is explored, in the context of the 2016 introduction of the UK’s National Living Wage. ZHC work… Expand
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