Are Protective Labor Market Institutions Really at the Root of Unemployment? A Critical Perspective on the Statistical Evidence
David Howell (),
Andrew Glyn and
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This report debunks the myth that labor market protections, such as unions and unemployment benefits, are responsible for high European unemployment rates.
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