Part I: Labour market insecurity and youth well-being and health

  • Figure 2.1:

    Moderating effects of macroeconomic indicators on well-being in men

  • Figure 2.2:

    Moderating effects of macroeconomic indicators on well-being in women

  • Hypothesis 1

    The functional equivalency hypothesis. There are two functionally equivalent combinations of conditions (routes) associated with a small negative effect of unemployment on well-being. These are:

  • Hypothesis 2

    ALMP hypothesis. It is either the generosity of ALMP (AG) or the human capital investment orientation of ALMP (AI) that will be decisive in releasing potential capacitating effects of these policies on alleviation of the loss of well-being in the unemployed

  • Hypothesis 3

    UE hypothesis. The higher the overall level of unemployment in a country, the lower the related stigmatisation and the loss of well-being. However, this connection holds only in the case of the extended family model

  • Figure 4.1:

    Estimated effect of unemployment on life satisfaction

  • Figure 4.2:

    Outcome dimension (LS), explanatory conditions and chosen crossover points

  • Figure 4.3:

    Sufficient routes to two alternatively calibrated outcomes and cases that can be explained by these

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