Przeciwdziałanie bezrobociu w Republice Federalnej Niemiec
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Pursuing an active economic policy by the state is a common phenomenon in the contemporary world. The role played by the state in the economy, the scope and instruments o f economic policies in particular countries tend to vary according to the accepted economic doctrine, internal and external conditions, and the ensuing goals. The present article discusses several chosen concepts of unemployment reduction in Germany from the viewpoint of possibilities of using them in the Polish labour market. The emphasis laid on the unemployment reduction concepts is due to their significance as prerequisites for formulating the goals and instruments of the labour market policy both in Germany and in Poland. A part of the presented strategies and instruments accompaying them are well known in Poland both from the theory as a canon knowledge about instruments of the labour market policy and, to a smaller extent, from the employment policy practice. Drawing attention to these concepts we perceive wider application possibilities of the proposed solutions in conditions of the transforming economies in Central Europe including the Polish labour market.