By Lei Delsen, Frank Bauer, Gilbert Cette, Mark Smith
This quantity is the second one e-book according to comparative and finished info from the 2003 consultant eu Union corporation survey of working hours, operating occasions and Employment (EUCOWE) in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the uk. The EUCOWE undertaking is the 1st consultant and standardised ecu corporation survey which covers all different types of establishment sizes and all sectors of the economic system. This quantity enhances and builds at the first ebook released in 2007, within which the technique and the descriptive nationwide findings in addition to a few first comparative analytical effects have been awarded. during this moment publication the EUCOWE learn staff provides in-depth cross-country analyses of the connection among working hours, operating occasions and employment within the ecu Union. Six empirical chapters of this quantity supply special comparative analyses of the determinants and results of the period and suppleness of commencing hours and working times.
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