The aim of this paper is to describe the Italian labor market before and after the '90s reforms. There is a great debate about flexibility of the labor market and its components. The weakest sectors of the labor force: women, young and migrants have not to be considered marginal for the Italian economy but the backbone of the national productions. After the '70s the necessity of Industry to transform its production toward a flexible organization required more flexible manpower. In Italy, atypical jobs and a certain flexibility of the workers were the characteristics of labor force before that it was ratified by the laws. The paper tries to understand the present system of Italian labor market starting from the productive structure of industrial sector. The goal is to identify some important research questions into a context in which labor market mutated definitively. This paper follows a previous one where an econometric model was presented with the simulation of the effects of salaries increase on productivity.
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|Titolo:||Labor market evolution in Italy: flexibility as a constant in Italian industry model|
PONTORIERO, ALESSIA (Primo)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||13b Working paper|