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Denmark has more lax rules than some of the OECD-countries, but the rules have been strengthened gradually since 1993. In the fall of 1997, the government agreed on a Bill suggesting higher demands on mobility from 1998 - as illustrated by "DNK98", cf. figure 5. This implies that the strictness of the availability rules in Denmark has approached the average levels of the countries presented.
Figure 5. Indicator of the strictness of job availability rules in selected OECD countries, 1997, and the development over time for Denmark.
Note: "DNK93" and "DNK98" refer to the rules in 1993 and 1998.
Source: Based on the survey made by the Ministry of Finance, 1997.