Italy: A dual labour market in transition: Country case study on labour market segmentation

Garibaldi, Pietro; Taddei, Filippo
November 2013
Employment Working Paper;2013, Vol. 152, preceding p1
Case Study
The article presents a case study that investigates the segmentation of labor market in Italy. It offers information on the impact of the Italian economic environment on unemployment, employment and the labor market. Moreover, the institutional changes implemented on the labor market are also mentioned.


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