English, Article edition: Employment: The Lessons from the Netherlands Sebastien Jean

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  • Employment: The Lessons from the Netherlands
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  • Sebastien Jean
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  • Thanks to very strong job growth, the Netherlands has witnessed its unemployment rate fall from nearly 10% in 1983 to less than 3% in 1999. This reduction stems mainly from the development of part-time work and sustained growth. But it also follows a slowdown in hourly labour productivity, since the mid-1980s. Moderate wage growth appears to have played a key role. The virtuous circle it seems to have triggered is not independent of the economic and demographic features of the Netherlands. Analysing these features is all the more instructive for France, which shares some of these characteristics.
  • RePEc:cii:cepill:2000-187
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