Freeing Up Europe's Rigid Labor Markets Is A Tricky BusinessGene Koretz
The standard prescription to cure the high unemployment afflicting Europe is to loosen its highly restricted labor markets by making it easier and less costly to hire and fire new workers. Such a change would presumably encourage job creation and weaken the bargaining power of entrenched employees--eventually resulting in more competitive wages that make possible still greater employment growth.
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