International Reform Monitor: Social policy, labor market policy, industrial relations
The right reforms must happen at the right time. Those who want to benefit from experience gained in other countries need meaningful and current information.
Project duration: April, 01, 2007, to March 31, 2010
Since the fall of 2008, international financial and economic turmoil has profoundly shaped the course of reform processes around the world. As the crisis first unfolded, it was unclear what impact this turmoil would have on financial markets and the real economy, and in turn, on labor markets and social systems. But two years on, considerable differences began to emerge in terms of economic performance and the ability of individual states to respond to the crisis with appropriate social measures.more
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