The Danish Labour Market Model: Is the Bumblebee Still Flying?

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Resumé

The Danish labour market model is renowned for combining a high degree of flexibility for employers and security for workers. In addition, the labour market parties (trade unions and employer organizations) have a long tradition of conducting collective bargaining to regulate key elements such as wages and working conditions. Since collective agreements cover important components of labour market regulation, Danish labour market policy has been focused on correcting imperfections in the labour market through an active labour market policy. However, different policy changes since the millennium have altered the security part of the model that, in combination with a dropping trade union density, are challenging the functionality of the Danish labour market model.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
ForlagOxford University Press
StatusAccepteret/In press - 2019

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