Hiring young, unskilled workers on subsidized open-ended contracts: a good integration programme?
Young labour-market entrants account for a high level of unemployment and short-term contracts. In July 2002, the French government moved to reduce this insecurity at the start of working life by introducing the Youth-in-business Contract (Contrat Jeune en Entreprise), a new contract for young peopl...
|Place of publication:||
Oxford University Press 2011
|published in:||Oxford Review of Economic Policy Vol. 27; no. 2; pp. 380 - 396|
|Data of publication:||2011|
Oxford Review of Economic Policy
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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