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Long-term unemployment in local labour markets

A. E. Green

Long-term unemployment in local labour markets

trends through the current recession.

by A. E. Green

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Published by Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne .
Written in English


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SeriesDiscussion papers / Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne -- no.51
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Open LibraryOL13835757M

THE IMPACT OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION ON LABOUR MARKETS AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION 3 1 Introduction In April , an artificial intelligence (AI) system. Get this from a library! Labour market policy and unemployment: impact and process evaluations in selected European countries. [J de Koning; Hugh Mosley;] -- Examines the effectiveness of active labour market policies and their contribution to the prevention of long-term unemployment and social exclusion.

Labour markets work in strange ways. CATHERINE RAMPELL tells the troubling story of the long-term unemployed in America, who often find that even their job applications are unwelcome. A . To create % employment among local people, free market economic planning should have both a short term and a long term economic plan. In the short term plan, labour intensive industries which have been lost to offshoring should be restarted through onshoring without any delay or should be made more productive in regions where they already exist.

The full book is accessible at OECD (), Regions in Industrial Automation will critically affect local labour markets and regions in industrial transition in specific ways. translate in constantly higher rates of long-term Size: 2MB. Labour market policies and unemployment in the OECD Richard Jackman, Christopher Pissarides that affect labour markets, and then show how labour market institutions and policies affect the market's response to shocks. This prepares the long-term unemployed people (an example is the 'Restart' programme.


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