The impact of Greek labour market regulation on temporary and family employment - Evidence from a new survey
Achilleas Anagnostopoulos () and
William Siebert ()
GreeSE – Hellenic Observatory Papers on Greece and Southeast Europe from Hellenic Observatory, LSE
This paper uses an original dataset for 206 workplaces in Thessaly (Greece), to study consequences of Greece’s employment protection law (EPL) and national wage minimum for temporary employment. We find higher temporary employment rates especially among a “grey” market group of workplaces that pay low wages and avoid the national wage minimum. A similar factor boosts family employment. We also find that EPL “matters”, in particular, managers who prefer temporary contracts because temps are less protected definitely employ more temps. We discuss whether temporary and family work is a form of escape from regulation for less prosperous firms.
Keywords: Employment protection; Greece; National wage agreements; Temporary work. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Working Paper: The impact of Greek labour market regulation on temporary and family employment - evidence from a new survey (2012)
Working Paper: The Impact of Greek Labour Market Regulation on Temporary and Family Employment: Evidence from a New Survey (2012)
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