DUAL LABOUR MARKET

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SAS Success Story: ESIC

  • 2003 SAS Academic Intelligence Award Winner Teaching What it Takes to be a Business Leader Founded in 1965, ESIC (Escuela Superior de Gestion Comercial y Marketing) was Spain's first private marketing school and is the country's leading business studies institution with a specific focus on marketing.
  • . Simón Reyes Martínez-Córdova, ESIC´s general manager, says, "Forty years ago, marketing was virtually unknown in Spain.
  • . So our institution has played a large part in driving the transformation of the business culture to become market- and customer-focused." Today, ESIC has a dual role.
  • . First, it is a private business school running postgraduate programs dedicated to general business, financial, human resources, commercial and, of course, marketing management.
  • . Second, ESIC is now running undergraduate programs for 2, 300 students as part of the University of Rey Juan Carlos, including five-year degrees in business management, communications and advertising, marketing research, and marketing management.



    Human Resources: human resources management
  • . ================================================ The Pillars of the Japanese Employment relations system Lifetime employment, b) Seniority Wages, c) Enterprise unionism, and d) Communitarianism All combine social norms in the form of labour market (i.e.
  • . Dual labour market (core/periphery) Transferrals (redeployment/retraining) not just within enterprises but within corporations B) Seniority Wages Not rate for job, but basic, bonus and welfare components.
  • . Labour Markets Large degree of rigidity in external labour market as a result of tightly defined internal labour markets.
  • . Internal: functional flexibility, external: periphery Employee Managed Firms? Different capital structure with less emphasis on dividends and more on capital gain, senior management including directors through internal labour market (although does not involve elections or nominations), company bonus payments.



    MOSCOW INTERNATIONAL HIGHER BUSINESS SCHOOL "MIRBIS" (INSTITUTE)
  • . Savin, professor, Doctor of Economics/Management, Honourary Degree of "Merited Scientists of the Russian Federation", Academician of Russian Academy of Management and Market.
  • . Personnel Management Marketing Management Type of course Full-time Post graduate degree courses Part-time Pg degree courses Extra-mural Pg degree courses Executive development full-time and part-time courses Professional certificate/diploma courses (full/part-time) In-company training courses.
  • . Contact for application Juri Tchertov Pro-rector of Training of MIHBS "MIRBIS" (Institute); Ljudmila Tchesnokova Marketing Manager Telephone: +7 095 958 27 91; +7 095 958 27 92; +7 095 431 31 24 Fax:+7 095 237 34 30 Academic Higher Education Degree Programmes Teaching methods The study programmes are based on a combination of lectures and active participative learning.
  • . They are a combination of advanced Western business education experience and the analysis of the specific features of the Russian market.



    Department of Management and Marketing
  • . - Flexible Labour Markets and Individualized Employment: The Beginnings of a New Japanese HRM System? Asia Pacific Business Review, 9 (3) 2003: pp.
  • . - The Emerging External Labor Market and the Impact on Enterprise's Human Resource Development in China.
  • . - Market, Firms and Workers: The Transformation of Human Resource Management in Chinese State-owned Enterprises.
  • . - Future Employment and the Internal Labour Market.

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    EUR/FEW/A.R. Thurik: Selected presentations and talks
  • . Regulatory reform, competitiveness and market functioning (CEPS en Confindustria), Brussel, 31 mei en 1juni 1999 (Market structure dynamics and economic growth).
  • . Sixth bi-annual world marketing congress, Istanbul, 15-19 juli 1993 (Determinants of number of Japanese retail stores).
  • . Rent VI - Research in entrepreneurship, 6th workshop, Barcelona, 26-27 november 1992 (Japanese retail stores: regulation, entrepreneurship and the dual labour market).
  • . Marketing seminarie, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, 19 november 1992 (De dynamiek tussen aantal vestigingen en winstgevendheid: een error correctie toepassing in de detailhandel) Workshop Bedrijfskunde, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 17 november 1992 (Inflatie, concurrentie en winstgevendheid in de detailhandel; Ondernemingen in Nederland in 1991).
  • . Third symposium on cross-cultural consumer and business studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, 17-19 december 1990 (A comparison between Dutch and West-German retail price setting; Labour costs in Japanese supermarkets: a comparison with French variety stores, supermarkets and hypermarkets).


    Dual Degree Program
  • . For Whom? The Dual Degree Program is aimed at motivated students who recognize that a practical, workplace-oriented education is highly valued in the international marketplace.
  • . And our American Partner? Western International University (WIU) is a subsidiary of the Apollo Group, Inc., the market leader of private education in the United States, with its main campus in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • . Do you dare accept the challenge? Benefits of the dual degree program "From a career perspective this would certainly be an advantage." "Two degrees would offer you a much better chance on the market." "A Dual Degree seems like a fantastic opportunity to me.
  • . This is a much better basis for the placement of Marketing or Sales managers in our foreign locations.


    Policy development news, events and consultations - Forfás
  • . 215 million workers from EEA countries now have direct access to our relatively small labour market of 2 million.
  • . Our labour market has changed very significantly during the past decade.
  • . The report says that this requirement should be facilitated by a third country migration policy which is transparent; reactive to the labour market; flexible, user friendly; cognisant of all interests and enforced.
  • . “Ireland’s economic migration policy has to be addressed in the context, not only of our our relatively small population size, but also our access to a labour market of 215 million people in the EEA region, ” said Martin Cronin, Chief Executive, Forfás.


    Expert Group on Future Skills Needs Press Release: Expert Group on FutureSkills Needs / Forfás launch Report "Skills Needs in the Irish Economy:The Role of Migration"
  • . 215 million workers from EEA countries now have direct access to our relatively small labour market of 2 million.
  • . Our labour market has changed very significantly during the past decade.
  • . The report says that this requirement should be facilitated by a third country migration policy which is transparent; reactive to the labour market; flexible, user friendly; cognisant of all interests and enforced.
  • . “ Ireland’s economic migration policy has to be addressed in the context, not only of our our relatively small population size, but also our access to a labour market of 215 million people in the EEA region, ” said Martin Cronin, Chief Executive, Forfás.

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    Oligopoly Theory
  • . | oligopoly theory First used by English humanist Sir Thomas More (1478-1535) in Utopia (1516), and later developed by the French economist (1801-1877), oligopoly theory is characterized by a few suppliers producing a heavily differentiated good (differentiated through advertising, marketing and so on).
  • . In this situation, each firm decreases its price and increases its output to control a larger market share.
  • . The result is a market in which prices are higher and output is lower than they would be in a more competitive market.
  • . Other related theories suggest that: (1) firms recognize their interdependence and one firm sets the price with other firms following in its wake; (2) each firm acts as a leader; (3) firms assume that rivals will follow price changes and so are reluctant to alter them; (4) firms collude to set a market price and/or quantity.


    Interarea Sessions
  • INTERAREA SESSION 4 [ ] [ ] [ ] Session 4: Individual Papers: Capital and Labor in East and Southeast Asia Organizer: Paula Richman, Oberlin College The "Resegmentation" of the Japanese Labor Market during the Lost Decade Sebastien Lechevalier, Ecole des Hautes Etudes This paper proposes an interpretation of the current transformation of the Japanese employment system.
  • . Depending on the level of the study—the level of the individual firms (micro) or the one of the whole labor market (macro)—these perspectives will lead to antagonistic conclusions—drastic changes in the first case, stability in the second case.
  • . This refers to the famous "dual structure of the labor market" (firm heterogeneity according to the size).
  • . This is the main current transformation of the Japanese labor market.
  • . We mobilize the "segmented labor market" theories to propose an interpretation of this trend as a "resegmentation" of the Japanese labor market.


    CollegeJournal | Search Strategies
  • > > Job Outlook Is Rosy For 2005 Graduates By P HILIP G ARDNER Let's party! It may not be 1999, but there is cause to celebrate this year's predictions for the college labor market.
  • . Employers Confident As employers geared up their recruiting programs in the early fall, their snapshot of the college labor hovered between fair and good with 51% stating the market was good -- a marked shift from the poor rating reported each of the previous three years.
  • . When employers were asked to report on their own industrial sector, their confidence slipped some, but 42% still felt their markets would be good this year.
  • . Those recruiting in the Southeast states felt that this region's labor market would be the strongest across the country with the weakest regions being in the heart of the manufacturing belt throughout the Great Lakes and Upper Plains.
  • . While employers might be optimistic about the labor market for college graduates, the proof is in the seriousness of their intentions to actually hire.