Policy-Making Under the Troika: Labor Market Reforms in the PIIGS States
This CritCom special feature examines various aspects of labor market reforms in Europe.
Policy-Making Under the Troika: Labor Market Reforms in the PIIGS States – Introduction
Chiara Benassi introduces this new feature on policy-making after the 2008 financial crisis.
Do Austerity-Induced Labor Market Reforms Explain the Irish Recovery?
Aidan Regan on how strong unions and centralized collective bargaining impact austerity measures in Ireland.
Labor Market Reforms in Italy in the Aftermath of the 2008 Crisis
Stefano Gasparri and Arianna Tassinari discuss the effect of the Fernero Reform and the Jobs Act on Italy.
The Problems Behind the Recovery: Portugese Labor Market Reforms in the Aftermath of the Eurozone Crisis
Alexandre Afonso and Jasper Simons analyze Portugal’s path to recovery after the economic crisis.
Labor Market Reforms in Spain After the Crisis
Elisa Pannini on the results of various labor market reforms in Spain since the 2008 financial crisis.
Severe Pain But No Gain: Labor Market Reforms in the Greek Crisis
Andreas Kornelakis on Greece entering its ninth year in recession, and the unintentional effects of the country’s labor market reforms.