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Author McLaughlin, Eithne, 1959-

Title Understanding Unemployment : New Perspectives on Active Labour Market Policies
Published Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (231 pages)
Contents Cover; UNDERSTANDING UNEMPLOYMENT; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Contributors; Preface and Acknowledgements; 1 TOWARDS ACTIVE LABOUR MARKET POLICIES: AN OVERVIEW; 2 LABOUR SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN THE NINETIES; 3 AN ECONOMY OF UNEMPLOYMENT?; 4 UNEMPLOYMENT RISKS; 5 THE ROLE OF EMPLOYERS IN THE LABOUR MARKET; 6 PSYCHOLOGICAL OR MATERIAL DEPRIVATION: WHY DOES UNEMPLOYMENT HAVE MENTAL HEALTH CONSEQUENCES?; 7 SOCIAL SECURITY AND LABOUR MARKET POLICY; 8 UNEMPLOYMENT, MARGINAL WORK AND THE BLACK ECONOMY; 9 HIDDEN UNEMPLOYMENT AND THE LABOUR MARKET
10 REGIONAL AND LOCAL DIFFERENTIALS IN LABOUR DEMAND11 EUROPEAN INTEGRATION: THE IMPLICATIONS FOR UK POLICIES ON LABOUR SUPPLY ANDDEMAND; Index
Summary This book argues that unemployment is symptomatic of an inherently inefficient labour market founded on structured inequalities of locality, sex, race and age. It provides a multidisciplinary explanation of why unemployment has been a continuing crisis, suitable for students in many disciplines
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Form Electronic book
ISBN 0203061454
9780203061459