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vocational education and training, dual vocational training, youth employment, youth unemployment
employment protection, labor market policy, unemployment insurance, labor market reform
employment protection, active labor market policy, unemployment insurance, Germany
vocational education and training, dual VET, informal training
European integration, labor market reforms, welfare states
crisis, employment, EPL, institutions, dual labour markets, flexibility
activation, active labor market policies, unemployment insurance, social assistance
policy advice, corporatism, labor market reforms, public policy
labor market institutions, internal flexibility, employment protection, economic crisis
Germany, labor market policy, labor market reforms
activation, unemployment insurance, unemployment assistance, Germany
Germany, France, labor market institutions, institutional changes, political economy
Bismarckian welfare states, social insurance, social policy, employment, labor market policies
labor market institutions, labor market performance, macro-economics
Germany, labor market reforms, atypical employment, standard employment relationship
Germany, employment growth, labor market reforms, dualisation, flexibility
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service sector, Germany, dual labor market, low-skilled work, atypical employment
automatic stabilisers, unemployment protection, tax systems, Europe, Great Recession
labour market dualisation, Continental Europe, fixed-term contracts, part-time work, wage dispersion
early retirement, older workers, Germany, European Employment Strategy
labor market institutions, flexibility, indicators
Germany, non-standard work, low pay, labor market segmentation
Germany, labour market reforms, dualization, non-standard work
fixed-term contracts, non-standard employment, transitions
youth unemployment, older workers, Europe, demographic change
labor market flexibility, Germany, Brazil, working time, dismissal protection
service sector, part-time work, low pay, fixed-term contracts, non-standard employment, manufacturing, Germany
workforce segmentation, industrialization, core workforce, peripheral workforce
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File name: DP6246.
active labour market policy, evaluation, Germany
long‐term unemployment, activation, Europe, disability benefits
school-to-work, youth unemployment, transition regime, European Union
active labour market policies, evaluation, labour market institutions, employment protection
employment protection, labor market reforms, unemployment insurance, flexicurity
quality of employment, good jobs, non‐standard work, job satisfaction
labour market reforms, Germany, austerity, welfare state retrenchment
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