OECD Economics Department Working Papers

ISSN :
1815-1973 (en ligne)
DOI :
10.1787/18151973
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Working papers from the Economics Department of the OECD that cover the full range of the Department’s work including the economic situation, policy analysis and projections; fiscal policy, public expenditure and taxation; and structural issues including ageing, growth and productivity, migration, environment, human capital, housing, trade and investment, labour markets, regulatory reform, competition, health, and other issues.

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The Dutch Labour Market

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Auteur(s):
Mathijs Gerritsen1, Jens Høj2
Author Affiliations
  • 1: Ministry of Economic Affairs, Pays-Bas

  • 2: OCDE, France

Date de publication
14 jan 2013
Bibliographic information
N°:
1012
Pages
33
DOI
10.1787/5k4dlff4wcwl-en

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The well performing labour market has delivered low unemployment and relatively stable wage developments. However, it is divided into a small flexible segment and a large more rigid segment, where the adjustment burden of external shocks falls disproportionally on the first group. At the same time, labour utilisation is relatively low, despite a relatively high overall participation rate, due to a high frequency of part-time employment, a low effective retirement age and a high use of disability benefits. Looking ahead, it is unlikely that the organisation of the labour market will allow the economy to continue reaping fully the benefits of globalisation. That would require a labour market that facilitates the allocation of increasingly scarce labour resources to their best use and mobilises underutilised labour resources to counter the ageing related contraction of the labour force.). This Working Paper relates to the 2012 OECD Economic Survey of the Netherlands (www.oecd.org/eco/surveys/netherlands
Mots-clés:
labour market policies, labour market, globalisation, allocation of the labour supply, severance pay, wage formation
Classification JEL:
  • F66: International Economics / Globalization / Labor
  • J08: Labor and Demographic Economics / General / Labor Economics Policies
  • J3: Labor and Demographic Economics / Wages, Compensation, and Labor Costs
  • J62: Labor and Demographic Economics / Mobility, Unemployment, and Vacancies / Job, Occupational, and Intergenerational Mobility
  • J65: Labor and Demographic Economics / Mobility, Unemployment, and Vacancies / Unemployment Insurance; Severance Pay; Plant Closings