Social Protection Rights of Economically Dependent Self-Employed Workers
Werner Eichhorst (),
Michela Braga (),
Gerard Horvath (),
Michael J. Kendzia,
Jakob Louis Pedersen,
Caroline Wehner () and
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Ulrike Famira-Mühlberger: Austrian Institute of Economic Research
Maarten Gerard: IDEA Consult
Marta Kahancová: Central European Labour Studies Institute
Michael J. Kendzia: Institute for the Study of Labor
Paola Monti: Fondazione Rodolfo DeBenedetti
Jakob Louis Pedersen: NIRAS Consultants A/S
Julian Stanley: University of Warwick
Barbara Vandeweghe: IDEA Consult
Caroline White: University of Warwick
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The study analyses the role of economically dependent self-employed workers in the labour market by taking institutional factors into account, such as labour law and social protection rights. In addition to setting out the reasons for the increase of dependent self-employed workers, the authors provide case studies across various sectors of selected EU countries. While the phenomenon of dependent self-employment is highly diverse across EU countries, it has become increasingly important and can be regarded as part of a general trend towards increasing labour market flexibilisation.
Date: 2013 Written 2013-10-30
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