Youth Labor in Transition

Inequalities, Mobility, and Policies in Europe
Oxford University Press
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  • erschienen am 7. November 2018
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  • 560 Seiten
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Exacerbated by the Great Recession, youth transitions to employment and adulthood have become increasingly protracted, precarious, and differentiated by gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. Youth Labor in Transition examines young people's integration into employment, alongside the decisions and consequences of migrating to find work and later returning home. The authors identify key policy challenges for the future related to NEETS, overeducation, self-employment, and ethnic differences in outcomes. This illustrates the need to encompass a wider understanding of youth employment and job insecurity by including an analysis of economic production and how it relates to social reproduction of labor if policy intervention is to be effective. The mapping and extensive analysis in this book are the result of a 3¿-year, European Union-funded research project (Strategic Transitions for Youth Labour in Europe, or STYLE; coordinated by Jacqueline O'Reilly. With an overall budget of just under 5 million euros and involving 25 research partners; an international advisory network and local advisory boards of employers, unions, and policymakers; and non-governmental organizations from more than 20 European countries, STYLE is one of the largest European Commission-funded research projects to exist on this topic. Consequently, this book will appeal to an array of audiences, including academic and policy researchers in sociology, political science, economics, management studies, and more particular labor market and social policy; policy communities; and bachelor's- and master's-level students in courses on European studies or any of the aforementioned subject areas.
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Jacqueline O'Reilly, DPhil, is Professor at the University of Sussex Business School, UK; Chair of the Editorial Board for Work, Employment and Society; and member of the Executive Council of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics. Janine Leschke, PhD, is Professor with special responsibilities at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. Renate Ortlieb, PhD, is Professor of Human Resource Management and Head of the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of Graz, Austria. She is Editor-in-Chief of the German Journal of Human Resource Management. Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, PhD, is Professor of Comparative Public Policy in the Institute of Political Science at Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany. Paola Villa, PhD, is Professor of Applied Economics in the Department of Economics and Management at the University of Trento, Italy.
Chapter 1: Comparing Youth Transitions in Europe: Joblessness, Insecurity, Institutions, and Inequality Jacqueline O'Reilly, Janine Leschke, Renate Ortlieb, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, and Paola Villa PART I: COMPARING PROBLEMATIC YOUTH TRANSITIONS TO WORK Chapter 2: Where Do Young People Work? Raffaele Grotti, Helen Russell, and Jacqueline O'Reilly Chapter 3: How Does the Performance of School-To-Work Transition Regimes Vary in the European Union? Kari P. Hadjivassiliou, Arianna Tassinari, Werner Eichhorst, and Florian Wozny Chapter 4: Stressed Economies, Distressed Policies, and Distraught Young People: European Policies and Outcomes from a Youth Perspective Mark Smith, Janine Leschke, Helen Russell, and Paola Villa Chapter 5: Labor Market Flexibility and Income Security: Changes for European Youth During the Great Recession Janine Leschke and Mairéad Finn Chapter 6: Policy Transfer and Innovation for Building Resilient Bridges to the Youth Labor Market Maria Petmesidou and María González Menéndez PART II: TRANSITIONS AROUND WORK AND THE FAMILY Chapter 7: Youth Labor Flows Differ from Those of Older Workers? Vladislav Flek, Martin Hála, and Martina Mysíková Chapter 8: How Can Young People's Employment Quality Be Assessed Dynamically? Gabriella Berloffa, Eleonora Matteazzi, Gabriele Mazzolini, Alina Sandor, and Paola Villa Chapter 9: Youth Transitions and Job Quality: How Long Should They Wait and What Difference Does the Family Make? Marianna Filandri, Tiziana Nazio, and Jacqueline O'Reilly Chapter 10: The Worklessness Legacy: Do Working Mothers Make a Difference? Gabriella Berloffa, Eleonora Matteazzi, and Paola Villa Chapter 11: Stuck in the Parental Nest? The Effect of the Economic Crisis on Young Europeans' Living Arrangements Fernanda Mazzotta and Lavinia Parisi Chapter 12: Income Sharing and Spending Decisions of Young People Living with Their Parents Márton Medgyesi and Ildikó Nagy PART III: TRANSITIONS ACROSS EUROPE Chapter 13: What Happens to Young People Who Move Country to Find Work? Mehtap Akgüç and Miroslav Beblavý Chapter 14: Europe's Promise for Jobs? Labor Market Integration of Young EU Migrant Citizens in Germany and the United Kingdom Thees Spreckelsen, Janine Leschke, and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser Chapter 15: How Do Labor Market Intermediaries Help Young Eastern Europeans Find Work? Renate Ortlieb and Silvana Weiss Chapter 16: What Are the Employment Prospects for Young Estonian and Slovak Return Migrants? Jaan Masso, Lucia Mýtna Kureková, Maryna Tverdostup, and Zuzana Zilincíková PART IV: CHALLENGING FUTURES FOR YOUTH Chapter 17: Origins and Future of the Concept of NEETs in the European Policy Agenda Massimiliano Mascherini Chapter 18: Overeducation in Europe: Is There Scope for a Common Policy Approach? Seamus McGuinness, Adele Bergin, and Adele Whelan Chapter 19: Do Scarring Effects Vary by Ethnicity and Gender? Carolina V. Zuccotti and Jacqueline O'Reilly Chapter 20: Do Business Start-Ups Create High-Quality Jobs for Young People? Renate Ortlieb, Maura Sheehan, and Jaan Masso Chapter 21: Are the Work Values of the Younger Generations Changing? Gábor Hajdu and Endre Sik Chapter 22: How Can Trade Unions in Europe Connect with Young Workers? Kurt Vandaele Chapter 23: Integrating Perspectives on Youth Labor in Transition: Economic Production, Social Reproduction, and Policy Learning Jacqueline O'Reilly, Janine Leschke, Renate Ortlieb, Martin Seeleib-Kaiser, and Paola Villa

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