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Is unemployment insurance still timely? Developments of Securing the risk of Unemployment in Europe

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When 29-11-2010 12:00 to
30-11-2010 14:00
Where Institute for Employment Research in Nürnberg, Germany
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by Amélie Guisseau last modified 01-10-2010 11:18

 Is Unemployment insurance still timely?

Developments of Securing the risk of Unemployment in Europe

29th-30th of November 2010 in the Institute for Employment Research in Nürnberg, Germany.

 

Labour markets of the past were characterised by rather stable employment careers for the majority of the active population. Unemployment was a transitional status, secured by unemployment insurance. Post-industrial labour markets are characterised by new social risks. Instable employment biographies, flexible forms of employment or the increase of long term unemployment lead to fundamental changes in the unemployment protection systems in all European countries. Similar to the integration of unemployment assistance and social assistance for those capable to work in Germany integration of formerly separated systems happens also in other countries. Due to that process traditional insurance systems loose their influence.

The aim of the workshop is the analysis of such tendencies of integration in several European countries and the discussion of performance and reform results with actors in the fields of politics and administration.

The workshop is jointly organised by RECWOWE, the Institute of Labour and Economy, University Bremen and the Institute for Employment Research in Nürnberg.

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