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November 2010

04.11.2010 – ZEW (hbo/twa/kbo)

One-Euro-Jobs Do Not Improve Employment Chances For Long-Term Unemployed

German welfare recipients accepting a so called One-Euro-Job (Ein-Euro-Job) are less likely to find regular employment, which is subject to social insurance contribution, than similar long-term unemployed without One-Euro-Jobs. This is the finding of a new study conducted by the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW). The study analyzed the employment history of 160,000 German welfare recipients in the unemployment benefits II scheme (UBII). read more

January 2000

14.01.2000 – ZEW (vst/kvs)

"Pension at 60" Hardly Reduces Unemployment

Report of the Centre for European Economic Research on employment effects of early retirement. The Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) in Mannheim analysed the costs and employment effects of a "pension at 60". The financial requirements for an aggregate tariff fund is about DM 60 billion. The employment effects, by contrast, are small. A total of merely 10,000 to 50,000 jobs would be made available over a period of ten years. read more


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