© Nieto Editores. All rights reserved. The article examines employment policies (regulatory framework and documents) of the socialist government in its last term of office (2010- 2011) and the current government of the Popular Party (with special attention to the period 2014-2015).The two periods were chosen because much of the reforms undertaken in the field of employment policy by the socialist government took place since the adoption of the Law 35/2010 to the European Employment Strategy 2012-2014 and conditioned government policy popular during the first two years of his term, until the change in 2014 mainly with the Spanish Strategy for Employment Activation.The article reveals the author's thesis on the recentralization of active employment policies.
|Journal||Trabajo y Derecho|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2015|
- Government recentralization