The Hartz reforms and the German labor force
The passage of the Hartz reforms, the most aggressive post-war labor reform in the country, began in 2003 and the final stage was instituted by 2005. Since 2005, having peaked at 11.3%, the German unemployment rate has been in a continuous decline in each subsequent year – to 7.5% in 2008 and ultimately to 5.5% in 2012. The Hartz reforms coinciding with the turnaround in the labor markets has always been of particular interest to researchers and policy analysts.
|Author(s)||M. Ehrich, A. Munasib, D. Roy|
|Year of publication||Feb, 2018|
|Journal||European Journal of Political Economy|
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