The Effect of Home-Ownership on Labour Mobility in the Netherlands
Michiel Van Leuvensteijn and
Pierre Koning ()
Chapter 6 in Labour Market Adjustments in Europe, 2006 from Edward Elgar Publishing
The group of contributors in this book come from academia and international organizations in Europe and the USA. They focus on trade unions, which affect real-wage flexibility and the provision of training to workers. They also concentrate on employment protection legislation, which discourages firms from firing old workers and also from hiring new ones. The structure of housing market imperfections that can greatly affect regional mobility is also discussed.
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