The domestic labour markets fail to create sufficient employment opportunities, particularly for youngsters, women and among those graduates, in a context of reference trends of population growth, shedding light on the causes and consequences of persistently high unemployment rates. The causes of this failure include skill mismatches, rigid regulations and the limit of deregulation, the weight of the public sector and its influence of economical choices, as well as issues related to the persistence of certain socio-cultural rules.
Rym Ayadi, Project Scientific Leader, Euro-mediterranean Network for Economic Studies
Roger Albinyana Saigi, Project Manager, Euro-mediterranean Network for Economic Studies
Fragkiadakis Kostas, Leonidas Paroussos, Karkatsoulis Panagioti, Raul Ramos, Carlo Sessa, Emanuele Sessa, Researcher, Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies
Antoine Apprioual, Research Assistance, Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies