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Sozialer Arbeitsmarkt – ein Ansatz zur Erfüllung des Teilhabeauftrags des SGB II

Knuth Matthias ()
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Knuth Matthias: Forschungsabteilung „Arbeitsmarkt – Integration – Mobilität“ (AIM), Universität Duisburg-Essen, Institut für Arbeit und Qualifikation (IAQ)Forsthausweg 247057 DuisburgTel.: (0203) 379 1821Duisburg, Germany

Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, 2018, vol. 67, issue 2, 174-188

Abstract: In order to make the labour market more socially inclusive, the new German coalition endeavours to introduce a new instrument, which will eventually create 150,000 temporary subsidized jobs. Compared with the tradition of manifold forms of ‘make work’ in the past, new features are the targeting of people with extreme distance from the labour market, a focus on social integration and participation rather than on transitions to unsubsidized employment, and the creation of concomitant support structures aiming at assisting workers to adjust to a situation unfamiliar to them.

Date: 2018
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