Unemployment Under Capitalism: The Sociology of British and American Labour Markets (Contributions in Women's Studies, nr. 65)

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The author contends that the level and types of unemployment that occur in contemporary advanced capitalist societies are the result of the intended and unintended consequences of human actions. Arguing that unemployment is a predictable consequence of the ways in which work is organized within and between societies, he attacks the view that unemployment is either the result of impersonal, uncontrollable market forces or of the personal characteristics of these individuals or groups. Neither of these positions provides an adequate basis for an understanding of the problem. Using theories of labor market segmentation that are relatively recent in origin, Ashton offers a new framework for the analysis of this problem. Based on his analysis, he concludes that a low job-creation rate is a major cause of unemployment and discusses strategies that have been used successfully by governments to generate enough jobs.
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ISBN-13: 9780313252013
ISBN-10: 0313252017
Pagini: 225
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 14 mm
Greutate: 0.51 kg
Editura: Praeger
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