Labour market policies for inclusiveness a literature review with a gap analysis
Rossana Merola and
ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization
This paper reviews the role of specific fiscal spending and transfer programmes in shaping labour market dynamics by disentangling different macroeconomic and microeconomic mechanisms. The paper presents the recent empirical evidence on the topic in an attempt to abstract several empirical regularities and identify research gaps. The analysis also highlights gaps in the literature and suggests how future research could fill these gaps.
Keywords: labour market; labour standards; state intervention; fiscal policy; employment subsidy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 1 online resource (64 p.) pages
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