Subscribe to our newsletter

By entering your e-mail address, you will receive our newsletter about all events organized by Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti and new data source available.
Your e-mail address will not be passed on to third parties.

 

The User hereby acknowledges her rights pursuant to article 3 of Law 675/96, concerning personal data treatment, and authorises the recipient to process data transmitted by way of this electronic form for the sole purposes indicated.

 

FRDB Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti

OECD Labour Market Institutions

Indicators of labour market institutions in OECD countries

5 February 2003

OECD

Download

The OECD produces various indicators of labour market institutions in OECD countries. FRDB collects them from various sources for its own research activities and makes them available on-line. 

1. Unemployment Duration

Unemployed persons by duration of the unemployment spell in OECD countries in various years. Free access.

2. Labour Market Flows

Inflows and outflows from employment. OECD elaboration from the unemployment duration database. Password required

3. Temporary Employment

Temporary, permanent and total employment by age group, country and year. Free access

4. Benefit Replacement Rates

Net and Gross Replacement Rates for typical benefit recipients in OECD countries in various years. Data are produced for 4 family types (single, couple no children, couple 2 children, lone parents 2 children) and various durations of the benefits (1 month or 60 months for the net r.r.; 1 year or 60 months for the gross r.r.). Password protected.

5. Employment Protection Indices

Indices of the strictness of employment protection in OECD countries in the late 1980s and in the late 1990s. Additional information can be obtained through the OECD web site. Free access.

6. Unions and Labour Markets

Data used in Ebbinghaus and Visser, "Trade Unions in Western Europe since 1945" 2000, Macmillam. Password required.

7. Taxation

Data on taxes and trasfers for workers (singles and couples) earning wages at the level of the average production worker (APW) for all OECD and some CEE countries from 1979 to 2001. Password required.

Access to the data

Some of these data are also freely available through the OECD web site, others require special access conditions. Please contact the Fondazione for information about access conditions.

 

  Back