In the old days, people would probably have said that security in the labour market equalled a good, steady job and long terms of notice in case of dismissal. Flexibility-security nexus Opsummering Policy transfer Lesson-drawing Elementer i policy transfer Transferfaktorer og -effekter Dolowitz- og Marsh-Modellen Frivillig eller tvungen policy transfer? Policy failure eller policy success?
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Frank Tros Dr. Frank Tros the flexicurity concept and the analytical frameworks that has appeared in the the scientific debate observed a flexibility-security nexus (Wilthagen & Rogowski, ).
The quest for a new (dynamic) equilibrium, facilitating and enhancing the adaptability. This paper deals with the new policy concept of flexicurity in view of the emerging flexibility-security nexus that the European Union, national governments, sectors of industry, individual.
On the security side and cross-tabulated with the previous flexibility items, this matrix reports four types of security: job security (labour market regulation); employment security (skill development, validation of acquired skills, etc.), income security (safeguarding income, social benefits) and combination (work life balance, care.
In European labour market policy debate the flexibility-security nexus has been on the agenda for the last decades. For sure, one reason is that it captures one of the most conflictual The Concept of Job Quality Starting with the flexicurity-security nexus, it is related to mobility in the labour market.
Usually, mobility can either be. The dotted eclipse (figure 1) indicates the basic flexibility-security nexus combining a high level of numerical external flexibility (linked to a low level of employment protection) and a generous system of economic support (income security) for the unemployed.
second flexicurity nexus 'flexibility–employment security'. The compensation is hoped to be attained through a higher employability due to lifelong learning, in particular, company-.