Work and welfare: tackling the jobs deficit

Authors:
BALLS Edward, GREGG Paul
Publisher:
Institute for Public Policy Research
Publication year:
1993
Pagination:
75p.,tables,bibliog.
Place of publication:
London

Contains 2 essays on work and welfare. The first looks at the official and the real extent of joblessness and probes the collapse in demand for unskilled male labour. The second argues that the distribution of jobs is as important as the overall number, identifying a growing trend of 'work rich' families, with 2 earners, and 'work poor' families, with none. Argues for labour market, training and social security reforms to counter this trend.

Subject terms:
labour market, policy formulation, social policy, employment;
ISBN print:
1 872452 75 2

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