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TitleIZA COVID-19 Crisis response monitoring: The second phase of the crisis
Author(s)Eichhorst, Werner
Marx, Paul
Rinne, Ulf
Böheim, René
Leoni, Thomas
Tobin, Steven
Sweetman, Arthur
Ferreira, Priscila
Cerejeira, João
Portela, Miguel
Labour market
Crisis response
Issue dateJan-2021
PublisherIZA – Institute of Labor Economics
CitationEichhorst, Werner & Marx, Paul & Rinne, Ulf & Böheim, René & Leoni, Thomas & Tobin, Steven & Sweetman, Arthur & Cahuc, Pierre & Colussi, Tommaso & Jongen, Egbert L. W. & Verstraten, Paul & Ferreira, P, 2021. "IZA COVID-19 Crisis Response Monitoring: The Second Phase of the Crisis," IZA Research Reports 105, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).
Abstract(s)As the pandemic continues and countries experience a massive second wave, labor markets continue to be heavily affected. At the same time, countries have started to extend, but also adjust stabilization measures initially introduced at the outset of the crisis. As of today, three main elements of crisis response require particular attention: the further development of short-time work schemes, ad hoc income protection for the self-employed, and the specific difficulties labor markets are currently facing. This overview addresses focusses on these three essential issues.
DescriptionGrupo de autores, para além dos nacionais: Werner Eichhorst, Paul Marx, Ulf Rinne, René Böheim, Thomas Leoni, Steven Tobin, Arthur Sweetman, Pierre Cahuc, Tommaso Colussi, Egbert L. W. Jongen, Paul Verstraten, Priscila Ferreira, João Cerejeira, Miguel Portela, Raul Ramos, Martin Kahanec, Monika Martiskova, Lena Hensvik, Oskar Nordström Skans, Patrick Arni, Rui Costa, Stephen Machin, Susan N. Houseman
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