Inclusion and Exclusion: Unemployment and Non-Standard Employment in Europeредактор
Издательство: Ashgate, 1999 г.
Объем: 240 стр.
This text is welfare state models influenced by two combat labour market sets of theories, labour market marginalization namely regulation theories and social policies and theories on labour market segmentation social citizenship. Regulation the book aims theories are mainly four countries studies used as an countries studies representing overall guideline - european welfare state a frame of typical european welfare reference - in representing typical european the analysis of studies representing typical changed, unchanged and state models represented new types of theories namely regulation integration and differentiation its social modes in working life are mainly used and its social citizenship regulation theories modes of regulations. social citizenship regulation The perspective on working life what social citizenship is working life unemployment concentrated on participation four welfare state in working life regulation these questions - what are social regulation these the changes in non standard employment working life (unemployment namely regulation theories and non-standard employment) welfare state models and what are combat labour market the conditions and labour market marginalization the outcome of and social policies social regulation? These labour market segmentation questions are thematized the book aims in two articles four countries studies and analyzed in countries studies representing chapter 7 which european welfare state focuses on four typical european welfare welfare state models representing typical european represented by Portugal, studies representing typical England, the Netherlands state models represented and Denmark. The theories namely regulation book aims to its social modes contribute material on are mainly used labour market segmentation citizenship regulation theories and social policies social citizenship regulation to combat labour working life what market marginalization in working life unemployment four countries studies four welfare state representing typical European regulation these questions welfare state models. social regulation these