THE HUNGARIAN LABOUR MARKET 2014

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Szerző: Fazekas Károly, Neumann László
Tematika: Munkaerőpiaci tükör
Évfolyam: 2014
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ContentsIntroduction The Hungarian labour market in 2012–2013 (Tamás Bakó)In Focus: Labour market of the public sector Introduction (László Neumann)1. What do we know about public sector employment? (János Köllő)1.1 Number of employees and average wages in government and municipality owned businesses (László Neumann & Kitti Varadovics)1.2 The size and cost of public works employment (Ágota Scharle)2. Wage level and selection in the public sector
2.1 Wage differential between the public and private sector in Hungary between 2002 and 2008 – the long term effect of wage increase (Szilvia Altwicker-Hámori & Anna Lovász)2.1.1 Do women have better opportunities in the public sector? An analysis of the gender pay gap and occupational segregation in the public and private sector (Anna Lovász)2.2 Wage spillovers between the public and corporate sectors (Álmos Telegdy)2.3 Pay level and selection to the public sector (János Köllő)2.4 Labour outflow from the public sector in Hungary (Péter Elek & Péter András Szabó)2.5 Why do people choose to work in the public sector? The role of subjective factors (György Molnár & Zsuzsa Kapitány)2.5.1 The satisfaction of public sector workers (György Molnár & Zsuzsa Kapitány)3. The institutional environment of the public sector labour market
3.1 Trends in labour law – the dismantling of job security in the public sector (Beáta Nacsa)3.2 The specifics of setting salaries and interest reconciliation in the public sector (Erzsébet Berki)3.2.1 Collective bargaining in businesses owned by central and local governments (Erzsébet Berki)3.3 Crises and waves – changes in the system of public employment in Europe (László Váradi)3.4 Crisis driven changes in wage setting systems in the EU (Márk Edelényi & László Neumann)3.5 Privatisation of municipal services, outsourcing and in-sourcing efforts and their employment impacts in the European Union countries and Hungary (László Neumann & Márk Edelényi)3.5.1 Case studies on municipalities’ service provision (László Neumann & Márk Edelényi)4. Occupational labour markets
4.1 Teacher salaries, teachers’ selection and turnover (Júlia Varga)4.1.1 Teacher salaries in the public sector (1986–2013) (Júlia Varga)4.2. Labour mobility and employee bargaining power in healthcare – Regional overview (Imre Gergely Szabó)4.2.1 Doctors’ pay and gratuities (János Köllő)4.3 Nurses and other health care professionals (Erzsébet Berki, Éva Czethoffer & Endre Szabó)4.4 Law enforcement workers, before and after retirement (Erzsébet Berki, Éva Czethoffer & Endre Szabó)Labour market policy interventions. September 2012 – January 2014 (Zsombor Cseres-Gergely & Kitti Varadovics)Statistical DataIndex of tables and figures

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