Flexible Work Arrangements and Income
An increasing number of flexible work arrangements such as part-time work, fixed-term contracts, solo-selfemployment, flextime and payment-for-performance is marking a change in the german labour market. Meanwhile wage inequality is increasing. Do flexible work arrangements contribute to the segmentation into outsider and insider jobs? Or is there a trade-off between employee-chosen flexibility and income? These questions are adressed with quantitative data analyses.