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European restructuring monitor quarterly - Issue 3, autumn 2011 (2011)
Announced job losses due to company restructuring activity declined in the third quarter, according to the latest edition of the European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) quarterly. Job losses did, however, continue to outnumber job gains as they have done in every quarter since the onset of the 2008-9 recession. During the previous quarter, companies undergoing large-scale restructuring in the European Union announced nearly 60.000 job losses.

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ERM Quarterly (2011)
The fourth issue for 2011 includes: - current macroeconomic trends and prospects; - overview of ERM cases October-December 2011; - restructuring at SAAB, Sweden; - restructuring in the banking sector; - restructuring research notes: Eurofound's restructuring support measures database.

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ERM quarterly – Issue 1, spring 2011 (2011)
Nearly two years after the technical end of the ‘Great Recession’, there are increasingly divergent patterns of recovery across the EU. Member States in the German – central Europe – Baltic axis are enjoying strong growth and improving labour markets while the debt-laden ‘periphery’ stagnates amidst serial announcements of retrenchment.The first issue for 2011 includes: current macroeconomic trends and prospects; an overview of ERM cases for January-March 2011; Job creation and business expansion in the IT sector; Restructuring in the FIAT plant in Termini Imerese; and restructuring research notes.

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