Politiche attive per il mercato del lavoro nella crisi: il quadro europeo e il caso italiano

Vittorio Sergi, Eduardo Barberis

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This article presents a comparative analysis of some policies in different European countries during and after the great crisis of 2008. The aim is to assess the role of active labour market policies in favouring inclusivity and resilience of labour markets for european youth as they are stilla very vulnerable group in a wide number of european societies. Observing the policies oriented toward employment or human capital development and understanding their ideological orientation, we can highlight a common trend oriented to supply side policies, a rise in conditionality and supported by strong fiscal incentives to companies. Apart from this trend still exist strong national differences in the mix and in the effectivity of the policies implemented.


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