By R. Gencay, et al.
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However, it also hampers the initiation of new firms. Individuals starting a new business often do not employ additional workers and deal early on with one or only a few clients. Temporary Employment In a European comparison, temporary employment rates in Denmark and Germany are ranked somewhere in the middle of the spectrum. 7). Temporary employment is, in many cases, associated with part-time work. In Denmark, this is more often the case than in Germany. There were no significant changes to Danish temporary employment rates during the last decade, while Germany saw a moderate upward trend.
Fixedterm contracts, use of temporary agency workers, or contracting out The Change in Work Arrangements in Denmark and Germany 29 work to self-employed workers). Based on OECD indicators of the strictness of employment protection regulations in 26 countries in the Western world, Denmark ranks sixth and Germany ranks twentieth (OECD 1999). A higher ranking implies more legal restrictions. , fixed-term contracts and the use of temporary agency workers). The OECD analysis shows a considerable trend toward deregulation in the 1990s.
Agency workers are a potential alternative to permanent or fixed-term employees. Contracts for temporary agency workers are also often signed for a fixed duration only. Until 1995 in Germany, fixed-term contracts with agency workers were The Change in Work Arrangements in Denmark and Germany 37 allowed only on the request of the employee. Since then, at least the first deployment of a temporary agency worker can be on a fixed-term basis. In Denmark, all regulations on temporary work agencies were abolished in 1990.
An Introduction to Wavelets and Other Filtering Methods in Finance and Economics by R. Gencay, et al.