New Perspectives on Active Labour Market Policies
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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Eithne McLaughlin, University of Belfast; Simon Deakin, University of Cambridge; Andrew Dilnot, Institute for Ficscal Studies; David Fryer, University of Stirling; Catherine Hakim, Richard Jackman, London School of Economics; Malcolm Maguire, Leicester University; Hilary Metcalf, Policy Sudies Unit; Christopher Pissarides, London School of Economics; Alan Townsend, University of Durham; Johnathan Wadsworth, London School of Economics; Michael White, Policy Studies Institute; Frank Wilkinson, University of Cambridge.