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Labour Markets, Gender and Institutional Change

Edited by Hugh Mosley and Jacqueline O’Reilly

in Books from Edward Elgar Publishing

Abstract: The original essays in this book have been written by a number of leading international experts in the field of labour market studies to honour the intellectual contribution and lifetime achievement of Günther Schmid.

Keywords: Social Policy and Sociology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2002
ISBN: 9781840648614
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Introduction Downloads
Hugh Mosley Mosley, Jacqueline O'Reilly and Klaus Schömann
Ch 2 What can we learn from other countries? Comparative research on the impact of wages on employment performance Downloads
Ronald Schettkat
Ch 3 Can Sweden's ‘Rehn–Meidner' model be put back on its feet? Downloads
Lars Behrenz, Lennart Delander and Harald Niklasson
Ch 4 The changing public–private mix of labour market policy in Sweden Downloads
Eskil Wadensjö
Ch 5 Implementation structures for cooperative labour market policy: a bargaining theory approach Downloads
Birgitta Rabe
Ch 6 Gender mainstreaming and European employment policy Downloads
Jill Rubery
Ch 7 Shared work/valued care: new norms for organizing market work and unpaid care work Downloads
Eileen Appelbaum, Thomas Bailey and Peter Berg
Ch 8 The 1996 US welfare reform: objectives, effects and lessons Downloads
Robert Haveman and Barbara Wolfe
Ch 9 The labour force transitions of first-time mothers in Britain, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden Downloads
Siv Gustafsson, Eiko Kenjoh and Cécile Wetzels
Ch 10 Women between labour market integration and segregation: Germany and Sweden compared Downloads
Hildegard Theobald and Friederike Maier
Ch 11 Transitional labour markets and scarcity: a preliminary analysis Downloads
Bernard Gazier
Ch 12 Managing social risks with transitional labour markets Downloads
Ton Wilthagen
Ch 13 Transitional labour markets: an economist's view Downloads
Jaap de Koning
Ch 14 Transitional labour markets and employment stability Downloads
Peter Auer and Sandrine Cazes
Ch 15 Self-employment transitions in Germany: the division of knowledge and the future of the self-employed entrepreneur Downloads
Klaus Semlinger

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