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Ein-Euro-Jobs in deutschen Betrieben


"The so-called 'one-euro job' programme is a prominent measure within active labour market policies for the long-term unemployed in Germany. Similar to other forms of subsidised employment, participants accomplish an important function in the allocation of public goods: they enlarge the range of services offered by non-profit establishments. It is suspected, however, that they influence the establishment's employment structure. Using data from the IAB's Establishment Panel, this article attempts to answer the two following questions: is there a relationship between the change in the employment structure of firms and the up-take of one-euro jobs? Second, to what extent can this up-take be explained by one-euro jobs displacing other forms of subsidised employment? Our main findings are as follows: First, one-euro jobs are used in firms that have already participated in subsidised-work programmes. Second, there is a negative relationship between the growth of unsubsidised fixed-term employment and the use of one-euro jobs in firms in eastern Germany." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))


Bibliographical information

Hohendanner, Christian; Promberger, Markus; Bellmann, Lutz (2007): One-Euro jobs in German establishments : more than "old wine in new bottles"? In: Sozialer Fortschritt, Vol. 56, Iss. 12, pp. 300-309.