This paper focuses on the inactive Italian NEETs, in order to identify the main causes related to this status. The Italian high share of NEETs constitutes a social and economic alarming issue because it produces the accumulation of personal and global disadvantages, compromising the objectives of global economic growth. More than half of the Italian NEEETs is represented by the “inactive” NEETs. The extreme heterogeneity of this cluster needs (1) a specific analysis for each of the manifold categories of being “inactive”, and (2) a separate analysis of female’s vs. males

A focus on the inactive Italian NEETS in the years of economic crisis

Antonella Rocca;Claudio Quintano;
2017

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This paper focuses on the inactive Italian NEETs, in order to identify the main causes related to this status. The Italian high share of NEETs constitutes a social and economic alarming issue because it produces the accumulation of personal and global disadvantages, compromising the objectives of global economic growth. More than half of the Italian NEEETs is represented by the “inactive” NEETs. The extreme heterogeneity of this cluster needs (1) a specific analysis for each of the manifold categories of being “inactive”, and (2) a separate analysis of female’s vs. males
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