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2013 | 3(63) | 195-216
Article title

Flexicurity – koncepcja i jej weryfikacja w okresie kryzysu i spowolnienia po 2007 roku

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EN
Flexicurity: Concept and its Verification in Time of Economic Crisis and Downturn after 2007
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The term flexicurity redefines the relationship between employers and employees in the labour market. Flexicurity attempts to strike a balance between the flexibility of employment and the competitiveness of en¬trepreneurs. Denmark and the Netherlands, which have successfully applied flexicurity solutions, are looked up to when it comes to the implementation of these solutions. Long before the economic crisis and down¬turn, flexicurity solutions had proven to be an effective tool to maintain the lowest levels of unemployment among the EU countries. The article presents the results of research on the relationships between the unemployment rate and the flexibility of labour market during the period of the economic crisis and downturn after 2007.
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195-216
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  • Dr Alina Gładzicka-Janowska – Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie,
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