Tackling undeclared work in Croatia and four EU candidate countries

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09 Junio 2013
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The aim of this report is to provide a systematic overview of the extent and nature of undeclared work, and how it is being tackled, in Croatia and four EU candidate countries: Iceland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey. The objectives are to analyse the magnitude and character of undeclared work in these countries, to show how the fight against undeclared work is organised and to outline the relevant policy approaches and measures that these countries are adopting. Throughout the report, the five countries are compared with the 27 EU Member States (EU27) where feasible. 
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    Number of Pages: 
    44
    Reference No: 
    ef13242
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    Tackling undeclared work in Croatia and four EU candidate countries

    The aim of this report is to provide a systematic overview of the extent and nature of undeclared work, and how it is being tackled, in Croatia and four EU candidate countries: Iceland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey. The objectives are to analyse the magnitude and character of undeclared work in these countries, to show how the fight against undeclared work is organised and to outline the relevant policy approaches and measures that these countries are adopting. Throughout the report, the five countries are compared with the 27 EU Member States (EU27) where feasible.

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    2
    Reference No: 
    ef132421
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    La lucha contra el trabajo no declarado en Croacia y en cuatro países candidatos de la UE

    Authors: 
    Eurofound
    La finalidad del presente informe consiste en ofrecer una visión sistemática sobre el alcance y naturaleza del trabajo no declarado, y sobre la forma en que se está abordando en Croacia y en cuatro países candidatos de la UE: Islandia, la Antigua República Yugoslava de Macedonia, Montenegro y Turquía. Los objetivos propuestos consisten en analizar el volumen y características del trabajo no declarado en estos países, describir cómo está organizada la lucha contra el mismo y esbozar las estrategias políticas relevantes y las medidas que se están adoptando en dichos países. A lo largo del informe, y en la medida de lo posible, los países mencionados se comparan con los 27 Estados miembros de la UE.



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