Suchprofil: Ökologie_und_Arbeitsmarkt
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   Journal= {Oxford Review of Economic Policy},
   Volume= {30},
   Number= {3},
   Author= {Michael Jakob and Ottmar Edenhofer},
   Title= {Green growth, degrowth, and the commons},
   Year= {2014},
   Pages= {447-468},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0266-903X},
   Abstract= {"The concepts of 'green growth' and 'degrowth' occupy central positions in the public debate on the relationship between economic growth and the environment. While proponents of the former approach claim that environmental measures can promote growth by, for example, more efficient use of natural resources, proponents of the latter maintain that environmental integrity can only be upheld by slowing down growth. This paper argues that both approaches constitute inadequate foundations for public policy as they fail to appropriately conceptualize social welfare. We show how policy aimed at social welfare can be understood as managing a portfolio of capital stocks, some of which exhibit the characteristics of 'commons' (i.e. common pool resources and public goods). We then propose a programme of 'welfare diagnostics', which aims at establishing minimum thresholds for capital stocks essential to welfare as a guide for real-world policy formulation, and discuss the role of appropriation of natural resource rents for its practical implementation. We conclude by highlighting the central role of scientific policy advice in determining how different conceptions of welfare would be reflected in setting targets and choosing the means to achieve them." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Wirtschaftsentwicklung; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Wachstumsgrenze; Wirtschaftswachstum; Umweltverträglichkeit; Wachstumsverlangsamung; gesellschaftliche Wohlfahrt; Wirtschaftspolitik; politische Theorie; öffentliches Gut; Infrastruktur; Diskurs; Umweltabgabe; öffentliche Investitionen; },
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: E62; H23; H4; I31; O44; Q54},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 1283},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150309909},


   Journal= {Wirtschaftsdienst},
   Volume= {95},
   Number= {Sonderheft},
   Author= {Monika Queisser},
   Title= {Rentenreformen - die internationale Perspektive},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {28-33},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0043-6275},
   Abstract= {"This article examines recent pension reforms in OECD countries. All countries are facing the challenge of designing both fi - nancially and socially sustainable pension policies in a context of weak economic growth, low financial returns and ageing populations. In some cases, countries have been accelerating the pace of pension reform, bringing forward changes in the rules and parameters of their pension systems. Common features include, for example, increases in retirement ages, closure of early retirement avenues, changes in benefi t indexation, stronger links in the system to increasing life expectancy and greater incentives for working longer. At the same time, many countries have improved the adequacy of retirement income provision, in particular by targeting benefi ts more towards the most vulnerable elderly." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Rentenversicherung; Rentenpolitik; Rentenreform - internationaler Vergleich; Rentenhöhe; Rentenanspruch; ältere Arbeitnehmer; Erwerbsquote - internationaler Vergleich; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Rentenalter; Rentenformel; OECD; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 2007; E 2013},
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: J26; H55; H75},
   Annote= {Sprache: de},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 213},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150223907},

   Journal= {Wirtschaftsdienst},
   Volume= {95},
   Number= {Sonderheft},
   Author= {Reinhold Schnabel},
   Title= {Das Rentenpaket 2014 : eine {\"o}konomische Beurteilung},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {22-27},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0043-6275},
   Abstract= {"The 2014 pension reform has three main components. First disability pensions have been increased by about two earnings points, an average monthly gain of 40 euros. In addition low wages in the four years preceding disability-related retirement will now be disregarded. However, since these new rules only apply to retirement after July 2014 they fail to fi ght poverty among current disability-related retirees. Second an additional credit for all births before 1992 ('mothers' pension') is extremely costly and unnecessary. Poverty prevention is weak due to a strict income test in the welfare system for the elderly. Third early retirement at age 63 without actuarial adjustment has been reintroduced This is a costly measure with negative effects on both equality and effi ciency. The additional child credit and early retirement provisions reduce the fi nancial and social sustainability of the German public pension system." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Rentenversicherung; Rentenpolitik; Rentenreform - Auswirkungen; Rente mit 63; Mütter; Rentenanspruch; Erwerbsminderungsrente; Verteilungseffekte; öffentlicher Haushalt; ökonomische Faktoren; Rentenhöhe; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; },
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: H55},
   Annote= {Sprache: de},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 213},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150223906},

   Journal= {Wirtschaftsdienst},
   Volume= {95},
   Number= {Sonderheft},
   Author= {Gert G. Wagner},
   Title= {Handlungsoptionen f{\"u}r die Rentenpolitik : wie kann Alterssicherung nachhaltig(er) werden?},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {34-40},
   ISBN= {ISSN 0043-6275},
   Abstract= {"In diesem Beitrag werden einige ausgewählte, aktuelle Handlungsoptionen für die Renten- bzw. Alterssicherungspolitik in Deutschland angesprochen. Bevor konkrete Probleme und Perspektiven diskutiert werden, soll zunächst auf ausgewählte grundsätzliche Probleme und Möglichkeiten einer 'nachhaltig(er)en Alterssicherung' in Deutschland und der Europäischen Union eingegangen werden, um anhand der gewonnenen Erkenntnisse die akuten Fragen und mögliche Antworten besser einordnen zu können." (Autorenreferat, IAB-Doku)},
   Abstract= {"This article explores how German pension and retirement policy could be made more sustainable, focusing on selected current options for action rather than attempting to provide a comprehensive overview. Before turning to specifi c problems and perspectives, the article fi rst discusses key challenges as well as opportunities for sustainable old age security in Germany and the European Union, and then applies these fi ndings to attain a better understanding of acute problems." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Rentenpolitik; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Rentenversicherung; Alterssicherung; Versicherungsbeitrag; Rentenhöhe; Altersarmut; betriebliche Alterssicherung; Umverteilung; Rentenreform; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; },
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: H11; H53; H55; I3; J14},
   Annote= {Sprache: de},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 213},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150223908},


   Institution={Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (Hrsg.)},
   Title= {Material resources, productivity and the environment},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {171},
   Address= {Paris},
   Series= {OECD green growth studies},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-92-64-19050-4; ISSN 2222-9523},
   Abstract= {"Improving resource productivity and ensuring a sustainable resource and materials management building on the principle of the 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) is a central element of green growth policies. It helps to improve the environment, by reducing the amount of resources that the economy requires and diminishing the associated environmental impacts, and sustain economic growth by securing adequate supplies of materials and improving competitiveness. To be successful such policies need to be founded on a good understanding of how minerals, metals, timber or other materials flow through the economy throughout their life cycle, and of how this affects the productivity of the economy and the quality of the environment. This report contributes to this understanding. It describes the material basis of OECD economies and provides a factual analysis of material flows and resource productivity in OECD countries in a global context. It considers the production and consumption of materials, as well as their international flows and available stocks, and the environmental implications associated with their use. It also describes some of the challenges and opportunities associated with selected materials and products that are internationally-significant, both in economic and environmental terms (aluminium, copper, iron and steel, paper, phosphate rock and rare earth elements)." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Wirtschaftsentwicklung; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Ressourcen - Effizienz; Produktivitätsentwicklung; Rohstoffnutzung - internationaler Vergleich; Umweltpolitik; Umweltfaktoren; Materialfluss; Biomasse; Eisen- und Stahlindustrie; Papierindustrie; elektrotechnische Industrie; Rohstoffbeschaffung; Umweltverträglichkeit; Holzgewerbe; Mineralfaserindustrie; Mineralölindustrie; Energieerzeugung; Recycling; OECD; Australien; Belgien; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Dänemark; Finnland; Frankreich; Griechenland; Großbritannien; Irland; Island; Italien; Japan; Kanada; Luxemburg; Mexiko; Niederlande; Neuseeland; Norwegen; Österreich; Polen; Portugal; Schweden; Slowakei; Spanien; Schweiz; Südkorea; Tschechien; Türkei; Ungarn; USA; Chile; Slowenien; Estland; Israel; Brasilien; Russland; Indien; Indonesien; China; Südafrikanische Republik; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 1980; E 2011},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150312r08},


   Annote= {Sign.: 69.0224;},
   Editor= {Bruce Evan Goldstein},
   Title= {Collaborative resilience : moving through crisis to opportunity},
   Year= {2012},
   Pages= {405},
   Address= {Cambridge},
   Publisher= {MIT Press},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-0-262-51645-7},
   Abstract= {"Crisis - whether natural disaster, technological failure, economic collapse, or shocking acts of violence - can offer opportunities for collaboration, consensus building, and transformative social change. Communities often experience a surge of collective energy and purpose in the aftermath of crisis. Rather than rely on government and private-sector efforts to deal with crises through prevention and mitigation, we can harness post-crisis forces for recovery and change through innovative collaborative planning.
Drawing on recent work in the fields of planning and natural resource management, this book examines a range of efforts to enhance resilience through collaboration, describing communities that have survived and even thrived by building trust and interdependence. These collaborative efforts include environmental assessment methods in Cozumel, Mexico; the governance of a 'climate protected community' in the Blackfoot Valley of Montana; fisheries management in Southeast Asia's Mekong region; and the restoration of natural fire regimes in U.S. forests.
In addition to describing the many forms that collaboration can take - including consensus processes, learning networks, and truth and reconciliation commissions - the authors argue that collaborative resilience requires redefining the idea of resilience itself. A resilient system is not just discovered through good science; it emerges as a community debates and defines ecological and social features of the system and appropriate scales of activity. Poised between collaborative practice and resilience analysis, collaborative resilience is both a process and an outcome of collective engagement with social-ecological complexity." (Text excerpt, IAB-Doku) ((en));
Bruce Evan Goldstein: Introduction: crisis and collaborative resilience (1-15);
I . Understanding collaboration:
Connie P. Ozawa: Planning resilient communities: insights from experiences with risky technologies (19-38);
Moira L. Zehner, Charles J. Hoch, Eric W Welch: Leaping forward: building resilience by communicating vulnerability (39-59);
Sanda Kaufman: Complex systems, anticipation, and collaborative planning for resilience (61-98);
Jana Carp: The study of slow (99-125);
John Randolph: Creating the climate change resilient community (127-148);
II. Collaborative resilience case studies;
A. Reaching consensus;
Luis A. Bojörquez-Tapia, Hallie Eakin: Conflict and collaboration in defining the "desired state": the case of Cozumel, Mexico (153-176);
Edward P. Weber: Getting to resilience in a climate-protected community: early problem-solving choices, ideas, and governance philosophy (177-206);
Patrick McConney, Terrence Phillips: Collaborative planning to create a network of fisherfolk organizations in the caribbean (207-229);
E. Franklin Dukes, Jill Williams, Steven Kelban: Collective transitions and community resilience in the face of enduring trauma (231-251) B. Advocating change;
Robert Arthur, Richard Friend, Melissa Marschke: Fostering collaborative resilience through adaptive comanagement: reconciling theory and practice in the management of fisheries in the Mekong region (255-281);
Karen E. Till: Resilient politics and a place-based ethics of care: rethinking the city through the district six museum in Cape Town, South Africa (283-307);
Ryan Bullock, Derek Armitage, Bruce Mitchell: Shadow networks, social learning, and collaborating through crisis: building resilient forest-based communities in Northern Ontario, Canada (309-337);
Bruce Evan Goldstein, William Hale Butler: Collaborating for transformative resilience: shared identity in the U.S. fire learning network (339-358);
Bruce Evan Goldstein: Conclusion: communicative resilience (359-372).},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Krisenmanagement; Resilienz; lernende Region; lernende Organisation; Vertrauen; Kooperationsbereitschaft; soziales System; Klimaschutz; Problemlösen; Governance; Fischerei; Gemeinschaft; soziales Lernen; Umweltschutz; Stadtplanung; Stadtsoziologie; soziale Faktoren; Stadtentwicklung; Regionalentwicklung; Gewalt; Kriminalität; Umweltschaden; Terrorismus; Forstwirtschaft; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Umweltmanagement; USA; Mexiko; Südostasien; Karibischer Raum; Südafrikanische Republik; Kanada; Ontario; },
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: 69.0224},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150312303},

   Annote= {Sign.: 69.0223;},
   Editor= {Bernhard M{\"u}ller},
   Title= {Urban regional resilience: How do cities and regions deal with change?},
   Year= {2011},
   Pages= {163},
   Address= {Berlin},
   Publisher= {Springer},
   Series= {German annual of spatial research and policy},
   Number= {2010},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-3-642-12784-7; 1862-5738},
   Abstract= {"Resilience is increasingly becoming a catchword in current discussions about urban and regional development. While there has been a strong research focus on sustainability, there is a lack of understanding of the processes and factors that make cities and regions more vulnerable and others more resilient, for example, when dealing with climate change, demographic decline and ageing, as well as economic crises. The German Annual of Spatial Research and Policy 2010 sheds some light on this by discussing examples of how actors deal with change. On the one hand, concepts are described and analysed which are oriented towards increasing urban regional resilience, for example regarding energy consumption, climate change, and urban decline. Moreover, institutional aspects are discussed. On the other hand, barriers for using the concept of resilience in planning are described and suggestions are made about how to deal with these barriers in strategic planning." (Text excerpt, IAB-Doku) ((en));
Thilo Lang: Urban resilience and new institutional theory - a happy couple for urban and regional studies? (15-24);
Sonja Deppisch, Mareike Schaerffer: Given the complexity of large cities, can urban resilience be attained at all? (25-33);
Fabian Dosch, Lars Porsche: Rebuild the city! Towards resource-efficient urban structures through the use of energy concepts, adaptation to climate change, and land use management (35-48);
Manfred Fuhrich, Evi Goderbauer: Urban restructuring - making 'more' from 'less' (49-58);
Joachim Burdack, Bastian Lange: Accomodating creative knowledge workers? Empirical evidence from metropoles in Central and Eastern Europe (59-68);
Stephan Schmidt: A strategy for dealing with change: regional development in Switzerland in the context of social capital (69-78);
Andreas Röhring, Ludger Gailing: Path dependency and resilience - the example of landscape regions (79-88);
Thomas Naumann, Johannes Nikolowski, Sebastian Golz, Reinhard Schinke: Resilience and resistance of buildings and built structures to flood impacts - approaches to analysis and evaluation (89-100);
Gérard Hutter: Planning for risk reduction and organizing for resilience in the context of natural hazards (101-111);
Heiderose Kilper, Torsten Thurmann: Vulnerability and resilience: a topic for spatial research from a social science perspective (113-119);
Enke Franck: Adaptability of regional planning in lower saxony to climate change (121-125);
Sebastian Ebert: Dealing with climate change - the opportunities and conflicts of integrating mitigation and adaptation (127-129);
Alfred Olfert, Jana Planek: Regional climate adaptation research - the implementation of an integrative regional approach in the Dresden Model Region (131-136);
Andreas Vetter, Frank Sondershaus: River landscapes - reference areas for regionally specific adaptation strategies to climate change (137-141);
Manfred Kühn, Susen Fischer: Strategic planning - approaches to coping with the crisis of shrinking cities (143-146);
Andreas Blum, Karin Gruhler: Typologies of the built environment and the example of urban vulnerability assessment (147-150).},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Regionalentwicklung; Resilienz; Veränderungskompetenz; Stadt - Strukturwandel; Stadtentwicklung; demografischer Wandel; Klima; institutionelle Faktoren; Stadtregion; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Energieeinsparung; Flächennutzung; Stadtplanung; Wissenswirtschaft; Standortfaktoren; Standortwahl; Sozialkapital; lernende Region; soziales Lernen; Umweltfaktoren; Umweltschaden; Risikoabschätzung; Regionalforschung; Wasser; Bevölkerungsrückgang; Hamburg; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Istanbul; Türkei; Ostdeutschland; Westdeutschland; Lettland; Ungarn; Budapest; Polen; Leipzig; Sachsen; Schweiz; Brandenburg; Niedersachsen; Dresden; },
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: 69.0223},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150312305},

   Institution={Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (Hrsg.)},
   Title= {Economic policy reforms 2015 : going for growth},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {339},
   Address= {Paris},
   Series= {Economic policy reforms},
   Abstract= {"This publication is the OECD's annual report highlighting developments in structural policies in OECD countries and the key emerging economies. It identifies structural reform priorities to boost real income for each OECD country and Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa. The analysis also regularly takes stock of reform implementation in all the countries covered. This report also provides internationally comparable indicators that enable countries to assess their economic performance and structural policies in a wide range of areas." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Wirtschaftspolitik; Strukturpolitik; Wachstumspolitik; Wirtschaftswachstum; Reformpolitik - internationaler Vergleich; Deregulierung; soziale Indikatoren; Beschäftigungspolitik; Politikumsetzung; Verteilungseffekte; soziale Ungleichheit; Reformpolitik - Auswirkungen; Umweltfaktoren; Umweltpolitik; OECD; Australien; Belgien; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; Dänemark; Finnland; Frankreich; Griechenland; Großbritannien; Irland; Island; Italien; Japan; Kanada; Luxemburg; Mexiko; Niederlande; Neuseeland; Norwegen; Österreich; Polen; Portugal; Schweden; Slowakei; Spanien; Schweiz; Südkorea; Tschechien; Türkei; Ungarn; USA; Chile; Slowenien; Estland; Israel; Brasilien; China; Indien; Indonesien; Russland; Südafrikanische Republik; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 2003; E 2013},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150312r09},

   Author= {Norbert Schanne},
   Title= {Forecasting regional labour markets with GVAR models and indicators},
   Year= {2010},
   Pages= {18},
   Address= {San Diego},
   Series= {ERSA conference papers},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Arbeitsmarktforschung; Arbeitsmarktprognose; regionaler Arbeitsmarkt; Regionalforschung; Arbeitsmarktmodell; Beschäftigungsentwicklung; Arbeitslosigkeitsentwicklung; Prognoseverfahren; Prognosemodell; Arbeitsmarktindikatoren; Konjunkturindikatoren; Klima; Umweltfaktoren; Prognosegenauigkeit; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 2005; E 2009},
   Annote= {JEL-Klassifikation: C31; E24; E27; R11},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150306305},

   Annote= {Sign.: 90-206.0787;},
   Author= {Jochen Sp{\"a}th},
   Title= {Firm age and employment flexibility in Germany},
   Year= {2014},
   Pages= {198},
   Address= {T{\"u}bingen},
   Publisher= {IAW},
   Series= {IAW-Forschungsberichte},
   Number= {74},
   ISBN= {ISBN 978-3-88573-059-0},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {"Employment flexibility is a very heatedly debated topic in Germany. It is usually mentioned in the context of labor market phenomena like non-standard employment, the increasing delegation of responsibility and risk to employees as well as the polarization and debordering of working hours. While employers tend to see employment flexibility as beneficial for their firms, employees and trade unions are mostly concerned with the potential downsides of employment flexibility, such as perceived increasing pressure at work and endless working hours.
While several potential determinants of rising employment flexibility have been suggested in the literature, this doctoral thesis empirically investigates the role of firm age for the organization of work as well as employers' choice of employment forms. Additionally, the role of flexible employment forms for post-entry firm growth is analyzed." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en))},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Unternehmensalter - Auswirkungen; Arbeitsorganisation; Beschäftigungsform; atypische Beschäftigung; Arbeitszeitflexibilität; berufliche Autonomie; Arbeitszeitgestaltung; Vertrauensarbeitszeit; Überstunden; Teilzeitarbeit; geringfügige Beschäftigung; befristeter Arbeitsvertrag; freie Mitarbeiter; Arbeitsplatzqualität; IAB-Betriebs-Historik-Panel; Maschinenbau; Biotechnik; Werbung; Gesundheitswesen; ambulante Versorgung; Teamarbeit; Leiharbeit; Bundesrepublik Deutschland; },
   Annote= {Bezugszeitraum: A 1999; E 2008},
   Annote= {Sprache: en},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: 90-206.0787},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150209p02},

   Author= {Andrea Wegscheider},
   Title= {Green Jobs und Green Skills : Neue Informationen zu Green Jobs und Green Skills im AMS-Qualifikations-Barometer. AMS-Qualifikations-Barometer (17)},
   Year= {2015},
   Pages= {6},
   Address= {Wien},
   Series= {AMS-Info},
   Number= {303/304},
   Annote= {URL:},
   Abstract= {"Die 'Green Jobs & Green Skills'-Seiten im AMS-Qualifikations-Barometer, das im Auftrag des AMS Österreich, Abt. Arbeitsmarktforschung und Berufsinformation, von der 3s Unternehmensberatung und dem Institut für Bildungsforschung der Wirtschaft (ibw) erstellt wird, wurden 2013 vor dem Hintergrund der international diskutierten Ökologisierung der Wirtschaft - und dem damit verbundenen Strukturwandel des Arbeitsmarktes - entwickelt. Die neuen 'Grünen Seiten' hinterfragen den Beschäftigungsmotor 'Umweltwirtschaft' kritisch und beleuchten Green Jobs auf der Ebene von acht Berufsbereichen - von Bau über Landwirtschaft bis Wissenschaft. Im Fokus stehen Daten zur Umweltbeschäftigung, zu den Beschäftigungspotenzialen, zu zentralen Nachhaltigkeitsaspekten und Nachhaltigkeitstrends in den jeweiligen Berufsbereichen, wobei im Besonderen auch Green Skills (z.B. in Form 'grüner' werdender Berufe) sowie Aspekte der Arbeitsplatzqualität diskutiert werden." (Textauszug, IAB-Doku)},
   Annote= {Schlagwörter: Umweltschutzindustrie; Umweltberufe; Beschäftigungsentwicklung; Arbeitsplatzpotenzial; nachhaltige Entwicklung; Berufsbeschreibung; Arbeitsplatzqualität; Qualifikationsanforderungen; Berufsfelder; Arbeitsstatistik; Österreich; },
   Annote= {Sprache: de},
   Annote= {IAB-Sign.: Z 1192},
   Annote= {Quelle: IAB, SB Dokumentation und Bibliothek, LitDokAB, k150227r08},

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