Post-industrial Labour Markets by P-TaylorFrancis

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In nearly all OECD countries, the labour market has been in flux in recent decades. This book examines the labour markets and the institutional frameworks that condition their functioning in four different countries: Canada, the United States, Denmark and Sweden. Through a comparative study of these cases, the book discusses the nation-specific patterns that exist in a world that seems to become increasingly subject to common social and economic development.

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									Post-industrial Labour Markets
Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy

Editor: Thomas Boje
Editor: Bengt Furár
Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Labour Movement and Industrial relations3. Labour Law and Employment Regulation4.
The Welfare State Labour Market Policies5. Labour Force Participation6. Towards a Post-Industrial
Service Society: Changes in the Industrial Structure7. Occupational changes and Education: Towards a
Post-Industrial occupational structure8. Patterns of Unemployment9. Flexibility and Employment
Insecurity10.Wage Formation, Institutions and Unemployment11.Post-Industrial Profiles - on North
AmericaScandinavian and Other Western Labour Markets
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In nearly all OECD countries, the labour market has been in flux in recent decades. This book examines
the labour markets and the institutional frameworks that condition their functioning in four different
countries: Canada, the United States, Denmark and Sweden. Through a comparative study of these
cases, the book discusses the nation-specific patterns that exist in a world that seems to become
increasingly subject to common social and economic development.

								
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