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Despite a more recent debate about ever deeper segmentation, the authors argue that since industrialization, Germany has continually experienced a dual labor market. One segment contains the primary segment of better paid and more attractive jobs, while the secondary segment encompasses rather...
This paper compares two estimation methods of occupational skills transferability, both theoretically and empirically. The first method is based on Shaw’s (1984) study, and the second one is based on Ormiston’s (2014) study. The main difference between these two methods is that Shaw’s skills...
Dieser Aufsatz liefert eine kritische Zusammenfassung und Beschreibung der vom Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales (BMAS) in Auftrag gegebenen Evaluationsstudien zu den Branchenmindestlöhnen in Deutschland, wobei der Schwerpunkt auf den ökonometrischen Kausalanalysen liegt. Die Evaluation...
Although industrialized nations have long provided public protection to working-age individuals with disabilities, the form has changed over time. The impetus for change has been multi-faceted: rapid growth in program costs; greater awareness that people with impairments are able and willing to...
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