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Fritz, Martin

Non-Standard Employment in Europe

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Changing Employment Standards in a Crisis-Ridden Europe
Martin Fritz, Max Koch

Part I. Theoretical, Economic and Political Background

2. A Conceptual Approach of the Destandardization of Employment in Europe since the 1970s
Jean-Claude Barbier

3. Employment Standards in Transition: From Fordism to Finance-Driven Capitalism
Max Koch

4. Non-Standard Employment and European Union Employment Regulation
Julia S. O’Connor

Part II. Country Studies

5. The Expansion of Temporary Employment in Spain (1984–2010): Neither Socially Fair nor Economically Productive
Jorge Sola, Luis Enrique Alonso, Carlos J. Fernández Rodríguez, Rafael Ibáñez Rojo

6. ‘Flexicurity’ through Normalization? Changes in Scope, Composition and Conditions of Temporary Employment in Croatia
Teo Matković

7. Destandardization of Employment in the UK: Issues, Politics and Policy Reinvention
Lefteris Kretsos, Miguel Martínez Lucio

8. Non-Standard Employment in Poland: Option or Necessity?
Anna Buchner-Jeziorska

9. Revival of the ‘German Model’? Destandardization and the New Labour Market Regime
Hajo Holst, Klaus Dörre

10. Non-Standard Employment and Perceptions of Job Characteristics and Labour Market Situation: An Intra-Nordic Comparison
Bengt Furåker

Part III. Comparative Perspective

11. Should We Care about Part-Time Work from a Poverty Perspective? An Analysis of the EU15 Countries
Jeroen Horemans, Ive Marx

12. Temporary Employment and Poverty in the Enlarged European Union: An Empirical and Comparative Analysis
Wim Lancker

13. Non-Standard Employment and Anomie in the EU
Martin Fritz

14. Conclusion: Non-Standard Employment: Concept, Empirical Results and Policy Implications
Max Koch, Martin Fritz

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, European Union Politics, Political Sociology, Politics of the Welfare State, Social Policy, European Politics, Sociology of Work

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Work and Welfare in Europe
Page amount
270 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137267160
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-44331-4

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