How far can the work principle take us? 2004
Rapport Between 1996 and 2001 employment increased by 276 000 people. The upturn is not eliminated by the increased sick leave. The rise in employment between 1996 and 2001 is reduced by 33 percent if abcense is disregarded and only the number of people actually in work or in holiday is measured. 67 percent of the rise in employment thus corresponds to an increase in the number of people in work (or on scheduled leave).