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East European trade and the Austrian labour market

Karl Aiginger

East European trade and the Austrian labour market

by Karl Aiginger

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Published by Centre for Economic Policy Research in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKarl Aiginger, Rudolf Winter-Ebner and Josef Zweimüller.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- No. 1168
ContributionsWinter-Ebmer, Rudolf., Zweimüller, Josef., Centre for Economic Policy Research.
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Open LibraryOL21429885M

Figures from the unions indicate that there are million trade union members in Austria (). [1] Around a fifth of them are retired and figures from the ICTWSS database of union membership put union density in Austria at % in [2] Trade union organisation is stronger among manual workers and public sector employees than among non-manual workers. Austrian immigration barriers worked harm on all Czechs, Hungarians and Yugoslavs, who were barred from the Austrian labor market, where wages were higher than in their countries. It is impossible to draw boundaries in Eastern Europe which would clearly separate linguistic groups.

Austria exported specialized industrial machinery, pharmaceuticals, glassware, electric power machinery and food products to the U.S. Austria serves many U.S. companies as a gateway to Central and Southeastern Europe, and is perceived as a good export market for U.S. technology and services with a geographical advantage, providing access to Eastern Europe.   In Germany, Austria, France and Italy, months of public debate led to the imposition of transitional controls, largely because of fears over job displacement, and in turn pressure from trade.

Numbers vs. Rights: Trade-Offs and Guest Worker Programs. Journal Articles | January Are You Being Served? Employer Demand for Migrant Labour in the UK’s Hospitality Sector. Working Papers | January Greasing the Wheels of the Flexible Labour Market: East European Labour Immigration in the UK. Book Chapters | January Economic Indicators for Austria including actual values, historical data charts, an economic calendar, time-series statistics, business news, long term forecasts and short-term predictions for Austria .


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East European trade and the Austrian labour market by Karl Aiginger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Eastern European Trade and the Austrian Labour Market. — Recent years have seen a major break in trade relations between Western and Eastern European countries.

Eastern European Trade and the Austrian Labour Market. — Recent years have seen a major break in trade relations between Western and Eastern European countries. Austria experienced a large bilateral trade creation with these by: Recent years have seen a major structural break in trade relations between West European countries and the former Eastern bloc.

Austria experienced a disproportionately large bilateral trade creation with these countries. In this paper we take a closer look at the impact this trade growth has had on the Austrian labour market.

Downloadable. Trade and migration have become more important in recent years for Austria and Germany. The transition in Central and Eastern Europe has played an important role in this development. The derived labor market consequences are not fully clear so far.

This paper presents the results of econometric sectoral panel studies for both countries The Austrian findings suggest that.

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retirement as a “labor market policy”; recent reforms have, however, managed to increase labour force participation of elderly workers to some extent. Macroeconomic Situation InAustria recorded the second highest level of GDP per capita after Luxemburg in the EU, at 30 % above the EU. B The MIP Scoreboard for Austria 43 C Financial market indicators 44 C Labour market and social indicators 45 C Labour market and social indictors (continued) 46 C Product market performance and policy indicators 47 C Green growth 48 LIST OF GRAPHS Real GDP growth and contributions, output gap 4 " The economic and social situation in Austria " 2 Executive Summary The following study gives an overview of the current economic and social situation in Austria, with a particular focus on explaining the Austrian labour relations model and the importance of social partnership and its role in developments since the onset of the global economic.

Although the Austrian labor market was impacted by the Great Recession, its effects were relatively small. Several economic policy programs in the form of stability and labor market packages, in addition to EU stability programs, were implemented to counter the negative effects of the crisis.

"This edited volume provides the most exhaustive and systematic analysis of labour market policy reforms in Western and Eastern European countries during and after the financial crisis" -- Tim Vlandas, Associate Professor in Comparative Political Economy, University of ReadingFormat: Hardcover.

4 | the european labour marKet – volume 1 the european labour market is facing great challenges. unemployment has been on the rise in europe virtually continuously since and has been on a historic high since there are currently over 25 million unemployed in. Book Description.

Over a quarter of a century after the fall of the Berlin Wall and 10 years after their accession to the European Union (EU), Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEECs) still show marked differences with the rest of Europe in the fields of labour, work and industrial relations.

Labour market facts and figures. A total of 4, people were in employment acrossof which 2, were male and 2, female. Employment. The employment rate for persons aged 15 to 64, i.e.

the number of employed persons as a percentage of all persons in this age group, was at % on average in Employment policy in South East Europe This chapter on employment assesses the policy settings, strategies, processes and institutions in six South East European economies.

After a brief overview of employment trends and performance in South East Europe, the. Austrian Market Report Corresponding to the general economic situation also the overall production figures of the wood-processing industry were increasing in Contrary to the trend the quantities felled in Austria declined by 4%, the prices of roundwood by 2%.

In turn, roundwood imports increased by 14%. Each group will represent a key factor on the South East European labour market. One of the main results will be the visual presentations of national labour markets in the region of South East Europe on the basis of the identified factors.

Why are these statistics important and what is the European Commission doing in this regard. Statistics on the labour market are at the heart of many EU policies and are namely used to monitor the Europe strategy, the European Employment Strategy (EES), the European Pillar of Social Rights and the Agenda for Sustainable also allow to respond to the requirements of.

the enlarged European Union. Trade liberalisation in the early s boosted trade integration between the group of central and eastern European transition countries and western Europe. This boom was reinforced by the EU accession of the former country group.

At the same. The National Bank of Austria expected public deficit to reach % in thanks to the economic recovery in the Euro zone and the strengthening of trade relations with eastern European countries, but the fiscal reform adopted in and reducing taxation on income has slightly slowed the pace of public deficit reduction, which amounted to 0.

EU labour market institutions for the future development and design of labour market policies and the labour market performance in the CEECs (chap. Beyond that, we examine the past development of foreign trade integration (chap.

) and foreign direct investment inte. See also Journal Article in Journal for Labour Market Research () Attitudes of Elderly Austrians towards New Technologies - Communication and Entertainment versus Health and Support Use Economics working papers, Department of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria See also Journal Article in European Journal of Ageing ().The 4th SEE-DGB Youth Encounter.

Driven by good practice and excellent relationships between South-East European trade union youth and DGB youth, financed by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, regional Project for labour relations and social dialogue in SEE, the 4th SEE-DGB Youth Encounter on „Employment and Democracy“ was held on October in Ohrid, Macedonia.Matching Economic Migration with Labour Market Needs This publication gathers the papers presented at the “OECD-EU dialogue on mobility and international migration: matching economic migration with labour market needs” (Brussels, February ), a conference jointly organised by the European Commission and the OECD.