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MARKETIZATION IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: LESSONS FROM UK EXPERIENCE FOR TURKEY
MARKETIZATION IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: LESSONS FROM UK EXPERIENCE FOR TURKEY
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With its liberal welfare regime and different understanding on social issues, UnitedKingdom separates from continental European countries. These differences createopportunities for UK’s governments to materialize “most advanced” neo-liberalreforms in the fi eld of public employment services. Not only the current situation ofmarketized employment services in UK, but also its historical developments providenumbers of positive and negative examples for the countries planning to implementsimilar reforms..This study does not reach a conclusion indicating that UK has best or worst practicesin this fi eld. However, it suggests that the UK’s example contains very valuableinputs about pros and cons of marketization in public employment services and howthis process should manage. In this scope, the study aims to derive lessons from UKcase for Turkish public employment services from objective point of view.
With its liberal welfare regime and different understanding on social issues, UnitedKingdom separates from continental European countries. These differences createopportunities for UK’s governments to materialize “most advanced” neo-liberalreforms in the fi eld of public employment services. Not only the current situation ofmarketized employment services in UK, but also its historical developments providenumbers of positive and negative examples for the countries planning to implementsimilar reforms..This study does not reach a conclusion indicating that UK has best or worst practicesin this fi eld. However, it suggests that the UK’s example contains very valuableinputs about pros and cons of marketization in public employment services and howthis process should manage. In this scope, the study aims to derive lessons from UKcase for Turkish public employment services from objective point of view.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Public employment services, marketization, work programme
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