Unemployment: A Problem of Policy: Analysis of British Experience and Prospects

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Cambridge University Press, 1991年2月14日 - 280 頁
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The high level of unemployment in Britain in the 1980s led many people to believe that it would continue indefinitely, and many arguments were advanced to explain it. After a preliminary examination of the statistics of employment and unemployment in Britain, this 1991 book exposes the major factors determining their trends as a basis for considering the likely developments and policy options. The study covers most of the explanations found in academic debate as well as in popular belief, drawing on a wide range of empirical research, including systematic international comparisons as well as case studies of particular interest. The analysis is carried out under four main headings: structural change; the wage question; macroeconomic policy; and the international dimension. The book concludes with a consideration of the practicability of the different policies which emerge.
 

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1 INTRODUCTION
1
2 CONCEPTS AND MEASUREMENTS
11
PART 1 STRUCTURAL CHANGE
21
PART 2 THE WAGE QUESTION
77
PART 3 MACROECONOMIC POLICY
129
PART 4 INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION
183
Notes
251
List of works cited
268
Index
275
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