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Public Sector Shock, Daniel Vaughan

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

Public Sector Adjustment and the Threat to Gender Equality Jill Rubery 3. The wages and working conditions of public sector employees are obviously being modified by the magnitude of the changes involved. Table of Contents Contents: Foreword Guy Ryder 1. A number of expenditure items related to education and training have also been cut. Romania: A Country Under Permanent Public Sector ReformValentina Vasile 13. Romania: A Country Under Permanent Public Sector Reform Valentina Vasile 13.

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Public Sector Shock : Daniel Vaughan

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

Public Sector Adjustment Amidst Structural Adjustment in Greece: Subordinate, Spasmodic and SporadicZafiris Tzannatos and Yannis Monogios 8. Croatia: Public Sector Adaptation and its Impact on Working Conditions Vojmir Franicevic and Teo Matkovic 5. The stabilization packages addressing these crises were regularly followed by episodes of fiscal expansion, which drove the economy to the next crisis and renewed austerity measures. Countries that had consolidated earlier, like Sweden, were under less pressure to carry out adjustments. This allows to link your profile to this item. Cuts in education and training may also have an impact on the quality of human capital in both the public and private sectors, despite the fact that the recent crisis has shown the value of education as employees with better skills and training are more likely to maintain their jobs and incomes. While budgetary reforms seek to ensure a more balanced and sound economic policy, they may generate new work inequalities among public sector employees, most particularly among women, who account for a considerable proportion of public sector employment.

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Public Sector Shock

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

Hungary: Public Sector Labour Market from Crisis to CrisisSzilvia Altwicker-Hamori and Janos Koello 9. After a first series of policy responses to the 2008-09 crisis aimed at sustaining domestic demand through expansionary anti-crisis packages, most European governments - starting with Greece, Ireland, Bulgaria and Romania, and followed by many others - have since put in place a series of restrictive budgetary policies aimed at reducing their budget deficits. To what extent were these current adjustments guided by budgetary pressures? The latest wave of restrictive measures started in 2006, preventing the budget deficit from growing substantially during the crisis. Cuts in education and training may also have an impact on the quality of human capital in both the public and private sectors, despite the fact that the recent crisis has shown the value of education as employees with better skills and training are more likely to maintain their jobs and incomes. Cautious Adjustment in a Context of Economic Collapse: The Public Sector in the Irish Crises Philip O'Connell 10. Only under these conditions could public services in Europe continue to provide an important source of both social cohesion and economic growth. An absorbing and thought-provoking read.

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Public Sector Shock: The impact of policy retrenchment in Europe

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

Early Fiscal Consolidation and Negotiated Flexibility in Sweden: A Fair Way Out of the Crisis? The Netherlands: Wage Cuts No Longer a Constructive OptionWiemer Salverda 11. A number of conditions can already be highlighted, however. Portugal: Structural Reforms Interrupted by AusterityHelena Rato12. Will the quality of public services be lowered in the future? The book contains case studies in education, health, and public administration. Similarly, those having implemented public sector adjustments earlier — such as Germany or the Netherlands- were not under so much pressure. While budgetary reforms seek to ensure a more balanced and sound economic policy, they may generate new work inequalities among public sector employees, most particularly among women, who account for a considerable proportion of public sector employment.

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EconPapers: Public sector shock in Europe: Between structural reforms and quantitative adjustment

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

The editors have assembled a broad array of contributions that really reflect the diversity within Europe, both in terms of how deep the financial crisis hit, and the drivers of public sector reforms. As a result, working poor in the public sector is a new phenomenon in Europe. Public Sector Adjustments in Germany: From Cooperative to Competitive Federalism Gerhard Bosch 7. Austerity, Privatization and Levelling Down: Public Sector Reforms in the United KingdomDamian GrimshawIndex Responsibility: Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead in association with the International Labour Organization. Beyond this diversity our research also shows that the immediate and urgent pressure to make savings and reduce public expenditure in most European countries led most policy makers in Europe to favour quantitative adjustments, mainly cuts in expenditure, but also jobs and wages in the public sector.

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Public Sector Shock : Daniel Vaughan

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

A number of expenditure items related to education and training have also been cut. In a number of European countries the public sector has stopped attracting the quantities of young qualified graduates which hitherto have been its lifeblood. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. For the first time the minimum wage was cut by 22 percent. With these new policies, a significant number of jobs and wages have been cut in the public sector. On the basis of a comparative and comprehensive assessment, illustrated by case studies in education, health and public administration, policy issues are discussed with the aim of finding the right mix of public sector reforms.

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Public Sector Shock: The impact of policy retrenchment in Europe

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

While budgetary reforms seek to ensure more balanced and sound economic policy, they may generate new work inequalities among public sector employees, most particularly among women, who account for a considerable proportion of public sector employment. Cuts in education and training may also have an impact on the quality of human capital in both the public and private sectors, despite the fact that the recent crisis has shown the value of education as employees with better skills and training are more likely to maintain their jobs and incomes. Public Sector Shock by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead - Discusses the impact of public sector adjustments by European governments Public Sector Shock by Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead discusses the impact of public sector adjustments by European governments. Wage cuts have beenimplemented in various ways, either through a basic wage freeze or cut in Estonia, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and many others, or through the abolition of bonuses previously enjoyed by public sector employees, such as the thirteenth month payment in Hungary and the thirteenth and fourteenth month payments in Greece. The neglect of social dialogue in the reform process and the abolition of a number of provisions that encouraged collective bargaining have contributed to lowering working conditions in the public sector. France: The Public Service under Pressure Jerome Gautie 6.

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Public Sector Shock

public sector shock vaughan whitehead daniel

First, what different types of reforms have been carried out in the public sector? We document in our book the massive wave of emigration among doctors and nurses, but also teachers from Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland. Public Sector Adjustment Amidst Structural Adjustment in Greece: Subordinate, Spasmodic and Sporadic Zafiris Tzannatos and Yannis Monogios 8. Cuts in education and training may also have an impact on the quality of human capital in both the public and private sectors, despite the fact that the recent crisis has shown the value of education as employees with better skills and training are more likely to maintain their jobs and incomes. Cautious Adjustment in a Context of Economic Collapse: The Public Sector in the Irish CrisesPhilip O'Connell 10. France: The Public Service under Pressure Jerome Gautie 6. While budgetary reforms seek to ensure a more balanced and sound economic policy, they may generate new work inequalities among public sector employees, most particularly among women, who account for a considerable proportion of public sector employment. Such differences might be explained by whether the individual country has already experienced significant public sector adjustments in the past, like the Netherlands or Sweden.

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