This book is concerned with the impact of flexible employment on social policy preferences. In light of rapid technological developments and increasing economic interdependence between countries, increasing flexibilization is one of the most fundamental changes in the labour markets of Western economies. Within the academic and policy debate, it has been argued that flexible workers will question social security arrangements. In 'Flexible Employment, Risk and the Welfare State', Fabian Dekker aims to increase our understanding of individual reactions to increasing labour flexibility and the impact on social policy preferences.
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