expectation were women would stay at home to raise children and not re-enter the labour market. This can help increase labour market flexibility and productivity. On these aspects she has participated as an expert in numerous European networks and carried out consultancy for the European Commission and Local and National Public Administrations. He is an expert on the analysis of the labour market, union models and industrial relations, the theory of human capital, the analysis of professional and labour demands. The increase in female labour market participation can also increase labour market flexibility and impact income distribution with society. Manuela Samek Lodovici is also, president of Istituto per la Ricerca Sociale, Contact person for The Labour Market and Industrial Relations Area of EU and International Affairs Area. Top item: Corrections, all material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.
an annual symposium, the European Summer Symposium. Labour, economics (Essle) jointly with Institute for the Study of, labor (IZA). Labour economics examines the interaction of workers and employers through such markets to explain patterns and changes. In labour economics, main areas of, machin's research include minimum wages, trends in wage inequality and social mobility, and skill.
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Scientific Advisor, renata Semenza is a Professor of Economic and Labour Sociology at the Universit degli Studi di Milano and a Scientific Advisor for the Labour Market and Industrial Relations Area at IRS. See general information about how to correct material in RePEc. Impact on men in the labour market. Order information: Email: Pricing information: free, series handle: RePEc:ilo:trends, citations RSS feed: at CitEc, impact factors, access and download statistics. If there was a sudden increase in labour supply of women, during a period of low wage growth or recession, it could have a negative impact on wages. Daniela Loi, researcher, degree in law at University of Sassari, has obtained the Master in Equality Opportunities. Also, there was changing attitudes to women returning to work after having children. How an increase in supply of wages doesnt necessarily lead to lower wages. She is an expert in research regarding Active Labour Policies on a National and European level. History Female labour market participation, the industrial revolution saw a decline in rural agrarian life and a rise of factory work.