flexicurity


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flexicurity

(ˌflɛksɪˈkjʊərɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a welfare-state model, originating in Denmark in the 1990s, that combines labour-market flexibility, social security, and a proactive labour market
[C21: from flexi(ble) + (se)curity]
Translations
flexécuritéflexicurité
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But flexicurity is bound to fail badly in France, thus strengthening Le Pen's xenophobic nationalists, because it can work only in a macroeconomic environment of investment-led growth.
As with flexicurity, there is a logic to this: Taxing assets that do not generate income makes little sense from an ethical, political, or economic viewpoint.
Aktivering, flexicurity, the surface Europeanization of employment?
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Drawing on the flexicurity discourse in Europe, our conclusion is that portable LSL might facilitate further flexibility for employers in their pursuit of increased productivity and competitiveness by enhancing the security of workers.
He also strongly emphasised the importance of progress in the fields of education, innovation, health reform and the introduction of flexicurity in the labour market.
Seen as strategy, flexicurity combines two concepts--flexibility and security on the labor market.
Focusing primarily on the abovementioned social pillar within what Vural labels as institutional, intergovernmentalist, and neo-Gramscian frameworks in her introduction, this volume explores a wide range of issues/policies, including (un-) employment, poverty, flexicurity, pensions, welfare states, and gender equality.
The concept of flexicurity is far from unitary, and that the flexibility-security nexus is not always a tradeoff.
Rising employment flexibility and young workers' economic insecurity; a comparative analysis of the Danish model of flexicurity.
The EU calls for 'the implementation of balanced flexicurity policies'.
BusinessEurope encourages member states to carry out flexicurity reforms; to implement the 12 levers of the Single Market Act to support growth; to defend a technology and competitiveness-friendly approach in talks on climate, energy and transport road maps; and to defend reciprocity in the EU's relations with the rest of the world.