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Active labour market policy and macroeconomic stabilisation

28 May 2002
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Downturns in the job market have traditionally led to the creation of new government labour market schemes from the ground up. But in this paper economist John Quiggin considers the feasibility of a flexible system of active labour market policy which would adjust to the changing phases of the business cycle, and would dispense with the necessity to reinvent systems from scratch in every phase of every cycle.

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2002
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