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Authors: Lozano, M., D. Hamplová, C. Le Bourdais
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Authors: Mysíková, Martina, Večerník, Jiří
This study focuses on comparison of factors of job satisfaction within Europe. The rare comparative papers on this subject commonly compare Western Europe (WE) and Eastern Europe (EE) by pooling data on the two regions. By contrast, this analysis takes into account dis/similariti...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Dudová, Radka
Economic transformation after 1989 and the global economic recession that began in 2008 have caused an increase in precarious work in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. As a result of refamilialization, precarious work acquired a specific form for women. We use the Czec...
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Authors: Hamplová Dana, Klímová Chaloupková Jana, Topinková Renáta
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Authors: Křížková, A., L. Formánková
I Would Take any Job, but…: Biographies of Low-Educated Women at the Intersection of Class and Gender. The paper analyses the biographies of women at the intersection of class and gender in the Czech Republic. With the transition towards a market-based economy and a decrea...
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Authors: Jurik, Nancy, Křížková, Alena, Pospíšilová (Dlouhá), Marie
PurposeThis paper aims to utilize a mixed-embeddedness approach to examine how state welfare policies, employment conditions and gender norms shape orientations to divisions of business and domestic labor among Czech copreneurs, i.e. romantic couples involved in businesses togeth...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Dudová, Radka
Economic transformation after 1989 and the global economic recession that began in 2008 have caused an increase in precarious work in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. As a result of refamilialization, precarious work acquired a specific form for women. We use the Czec...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Saxonberg, Steven
The authors combine historical and sociological institutional analysis to show that despite thepolitical and socio-economic transformation in 1990s, the institutional development during andbefore the communist era provides the best explanation for current childcare policies in Ce...
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Authors: Večerník, Jiří
Projekt „Adaptace pracovních sil v České republice: změny profesní struktury, mzdové diferenciace a pracovních orientací“ směřoval k využití různých datových zdrojů k popisu změn v dané oblasti v posledním desetiletí. Jednotlivé kapitoly jsou věnovány různým aspektům...
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Authors: Langraf, Christin and Zdenka Mansfeldová
The chapter provides an overview of the Vienna Memorandum Group and its activities. WMG is an example of multilateral cooperation between branch trade unions, from both the new (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary) and the old (Austria, Germany – Bavaria) EU member states in...
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Authors: Soukup, Tomáš, Martin Ďurďovič
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The chapter analyzes labor market exists of Czech men and women in 1990s. It shows that the pressure on the labor market increased older workers tendency to retire. The risk of retirement and its timing is however heavily dependent on human capital of a worker.
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Authors: Anýžová, P., Kubátová, H., Matějů, P.
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Authors: Vlachová, Klára (ed.)
In the years 2002 to 2012, Czech society experienced a series of events and changes. Similar events and changes, however, also took place in other European countries. State and development of attitudes, values and behaviour of populations of European countries in connection with...
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Authors: Hašková, Hana, Kyzlinková, Renata
Employees in many European countries do have at their disposal various working-time options. Shorter working hours, leave options and flexible working-time arrangements enable employees to adjust their working time to meet their needs over the life course. The current study prese...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana, Martin Kreidl
The chapter analyzes labor market mobility of Czech men in 1990s. It investigates job-to-job, job-to-unemployment, job-to-maternity/parental track moves. It compares the first and the second half of 1990s and shows that relatively little has changed.
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Authors: Kostelecký, Tomáš, Martina Mikeszová
The popular image of Prague is that the city is rich and its citizens earn high salaries and have high living standard. The chapter asks two questions: Do higher average salaries of Prague citizens mean higher purchasing power? Are all citizens of Prague better-off than people li...
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Authors: Mansfeldová, Zdenka
The paper deals with the influence of foreign direct investment on the Europeanization of industrial relations under the term sof ongoing economic and political integration of Europe. The foreign direct investment in CEE countries can play a considerable role in modernizationof t...

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