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Frame of Image FOR THE LABOR MARKET FLEXIBILITY AND SECURITY By
Pavla Kubí ová n
This thesis deals with the issue of labor market flexibility, its determinants and its connection with the security measures. It argues that the term “flexibility” has many different meanings, and thus one has to specify the term carefully to avoid misleading usage. The security, which plays an equally important role in the labor market, has also several types, and thus it needs to be appropriately implemented in order to create well functioning and efficient labor market. The present thesis first specifies several types of those two key components and then provides flexibility-security research in a selected set of developed countries in different world regions – Asia, Europe and the Pacific, although the main focus is on Asia.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I want to use this opportunity to express my gratitude to the entire KDI School and its faculty which enabled me to study at such a great school and spent an unforgettable year in Korea. Especially my thanks belong to professor Hun-Joo Park, who is not only a distinguished lecturer, but also a person who was very of help to me in my studies and other issues which I really appreciate. Further I want dedicate my acknowledgements to professor Jong-Il You who inspired me during his classes and motivated me to think more about the science of economics as well as about my final thesis.
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Title Searching for the labor market flexibility and security
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kubinova, Pavla

Publisher

[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2011
Pages 65
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Employment
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Abstract

This thesis deals with the issue of labor market flexibility, its determinants and its connection with the security measures. It argues that the term “flexibility” has many different
meanings, and thus one has to specify the term carefully to avoid misleading usage. The
security, which plays an equally important role in the labor market, has also several types, and
thus it needs to be appropriately implemented in order to create well functioning and efficient labor market. The present thesis first specifies several types of those two key components and
then provides flexibility-security research in a selected set of developed countries in different
world regions – Asia, Europe and the Pacific, although the main focus is on Asia.

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