Steering Danish Labour Market and Benefits Policy

The following is an attempt to both gain an understanding of the institutional set up of Danish labour market policy (the relations between central, regional and local government and between all of these and social partners and private sector contractors) and what these arrangements might mean for steering policy under the current set of political and economic conditions. Points of comparison with the two other countries in the study – the UK and the Netherlands – are also made.

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