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Zusammenfassung
Diese Studie präsentiert ökonometrische Evidenz zur Frage, wie sich Arbeitsmarktinsti-
tutionen auf die („strukturelle“) Arbeitslosenquote auswirken, wobei die Schätzungen auf
Daten für 23 OECD-Länder (inklusive Österreich) im Zeitraum 1985-2013 basieren. Die
Ergebnisse zeigen, dass standardmäßige institutionelle Arbeitsmarktindikatoren – wie
Arbeitsschutzbestimmungen, gewerkschaftlicher Organisationsgrad, Steuerkeil und Min-
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