The Employment Protection Controversy in the Years of Labour Market Reforms (1990-2014)
Andrea Pacella (),
Riccardo Realfonzo () and
Guido Tortorella Esposito ()
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Riccardo Realfonzo: Department of Law - Business Management and Quantitative Methods (D.E.M.M.) - University of Sannio, Italy
Guido Tortorella Esposito: University of Economics, Prague - The Department of Economic History
History of Economic Ideas, 2016, vol. 24, issue 2, 165-196
This paper offers a deep review of the contemporary economic literature on the effects of changes in labour market institutions, employment protection in particular, on labour market performances and growth. It makes a detailed comparison between the Neo Keynesian approach and the Post Keynesian one showing that while Post Keynesian scholars share a critical view of the ineffectiveness of labour market deregulation, the Neo Keynesian paradigm contains contrasting conclusions about the outcomes of flexibility. Nevertheless, international organizations (oecd in particular), often formulate their studies and policy recommendations neglecting the complexity of the scientific debate.
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