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Les Nouvelles inégalités du travail
Pourquoi l'emploi se polarise
Politiques de l'emploi
Apprendre de l'expérienceEmployment Policies
Learning from experience
This book describes the modalities of a relevant evaluation of labor market actions, which often involves the setting up of control groups, a practice that is not widely practiced in France. It also outlines the main findings of randomized studies in North America and Europe.
Des compétences pour les jeunes défavorisés
Leçons américainesSkills for Underpriviledged Youth
Lessons from America
Analysing what American practice has shown to be the most effective in the long-term, Stéphane Carcillo proposes a radically new approach to accompanying young people in difficulty towards working life.
Vers une société de mobilité
Les jeunes, l'emploi et le logementTowards a Mobility Society. Youth, Employment and Housing
Youth unemployment, a problem of housing market? The authors analyze the policies of access to employment and housing, and propose five policy measures that would increase the mobility of young people and improve their integration into the labor market.
CDD vs CDI
Les effets d'un dualisme contractuelCDD vs CDI. The Impact of Contract Dichotomy
In France, there is a dual labor market: one with stable jobs heavily protected and the other with precarious employment whose durations are getting shorter and shorter. What is the origin of this contractual dualism and how does it affect the functioning of the French labor market ?
Les représentants du personnelStaff Representatives
Drawing on very rich statistical data that has hitherto been neglected, this work establishes the first overview of the activity of staff representatives. It reveals that the legal framework within which they operate is ill-adapted to their activity, often pitting employee representatives, employees and employers against each other.
Ni en emploi, ni en formation
Des jeunes laissés pour compteNeither Employed, Nor in Training
The Youth Left Behind
Unemployment affects more young people with low education and skills. The solution to this problem is to improve educational provision. This book compares the performance of various education, training and prevention in several European countries - the Netherlands, Poland, France and Sweden - and the United States.