labour market

Publication date: 25 Apr 2019 | Publication type: National Institute Economic Review | Theme: Employment & Social policy, Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | External authors: Consterdine, E | JEL classification: F22, J08 | Journal: National Institute Economic Review Issue 248 | Publisher: Sage Publications, London
Free movement has been at the heart of the Brexit debate, with the government grappling between satisfying public and business demands for restrictive and liberal approaches to immigration respectively. In response the government have advocated temporary migration as a potential solution, including...
Publication date: 27 Apr 2016 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Exiting the EU & Britain after Brexit | Authors: Rolfe, H, Hudson-Sharp, N
This report is an in-depth study of three sectors employing large numbers of EU migrants – hospitality, food and drink, and construction – and finds employers concerned about their ability to fill vacancies if free movement of labour is reduced or comes to an end. Some are also worried that any EU...
Publication date: 5 Mar 2014 | Publication type: NIESR Discussion Paper | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: Bockerman, P., Viinikainen, J., Hakulinen, C., Pulkki-Roback, L., Raitakari, O. | NIESR discussion paper number: 425
Using the Young Finns Study (YFS) combined with the Finnish Linked Employer-Employee Data (FLEED) we show that quantities of creatine measured in 1980 prior to labour market entry affect labour market outcomes over the period 1990-2010. Those with higher levels of creatine (proxied by urine...
Publication date: 17 Dec 2013 | Publication type: Report | Theme: Employment & Social policy
New article on Vox: The ‘hollowing out’ thesis suggests that there are far fewer intermediate-level jobs in the labour market and far more low- and high-level jobs than two or three decades ago, primarily due to technological advancement. However, a new article by Bob Butcher just posted on Vox,...