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Too Sick To Work

Author : Stamatia Devetzi
ISBN : 9789041134264
Genre : Political Science
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Revised versions of papers presented in June 2010 at a workshop in Fulda, Germany.
Category: Political Science

Helping Disabled People To Work

Author : Patricia Thornton
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020676362
Genre : Business & Economics
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This report is a response to the widespread international interest in promoting employment amongst disabled people, for both economic and social reasons, which has occured in the 1990s. It is argued that changing characteristics of disabled people wanting work have challenged the traditional economic and social policies in many countries. This report also examines the situation of the labour market and its disabled population in Austria, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Specific focus is laid on the range of social security and employment policies, and the varying subsidies and grants available.
Category: Business & Economics

The Dynamics Of Wage Relations In The New Europe

Author : Linda Clarke
ISBN : 9781461544456
Genre : Business & Economics
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he debate on 'The Dynamics of Wage Relations in the New Europe' is an T offspring of a research project on 'Disparities in Wage Relations and the Reproduction of Skills in Europe'. At a meeting of the advisory committee for this research held at the University of Westminster in London on 14th November 1994, it was decided (by Linda Clarke,]orn]anssen, Henryk Lewandowski, Philippe Mehaut, Patrick Rozenblatt and Frank Wilkinson) to set up a larger international committee to develop a programme and seek funding from the European Commission for a symposium of experts on wage relations. This committee of ten scientific experts was formed and invited to a number of meetings throughout 1995 and 1996 by DG V of the European Commission in order to develop a programme and proposal for a symposium to take place in 1997. Eventually the proposal, formally submitted by University of Westminster/London, University ofMaastrichti Netherlands, Fachhochschule Dortmund/Germany and University of Osnabriick/ Germany was accepted by the European Commission in May 1996. Additional funding was then obtained from the Hans-Bockler-Stiftung and the Dutch Organisation for Scientific Research allowing, in particular, participants from Central and East European countries to be invited. The subject of wage relations, as a central issue of European social policy, was intended to be tackled in an open debate between scientists and policy makers, the latter as individual experts rather than representatives.
Category: Business & Economics

Sohyo News

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ISBN : UCLA:L0068364314
Genre : Working class
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Category: Working class

European Economy

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ISBN : UCSC:32106016059260
Genre : European Economic Community countries
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Category: European Economic Community countries

Welfare States In Transition

Author : Gøsta Esping-Andersen
ISBN : UOM:39015038126440
Genre : Political Science
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Published in Association with UNRISD, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development This wide-ranging comparative analysis of contemporary and future changes in welfare states examines the different trajectories of the welfare states of Europe, North America, the Antipodes, and the emerging scenarios in Latin America, East Asia, and central and eastern Europe. Leading experts from these regions explore the current structures of social protection, consider the causes of the current welfare state crisis, and highlight evolving trends for welfare policy. The emerging picture is one of varied policy choices in each region. Contributors argue that anxieties about population aging as a cause of welfare decline are exaggerated and that the key issue for welfare states is enabling women to work and form families simultaneously. They suggest that the neoliberal strategy of deregulation and heightened inequality is no real solution because its negative side effects. The authors conclude that a viable positive-sum solution would involve social investment strategies, offering guarantees against entrapment in poverty or low-paying jobs. Professionals and researchers in comparative social policy, sociology, economics and political science will find Welfare States in Transition an invaluable resource.
Category: Political Science

Community Health Nursing

Author : Judith Ann Allender
ISBN : UOM:39015050551533
Genre : Community health nursing
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he Fifth Edition of this comprehensive text has been thoroughly revised to present an increased emphasis on self care. New to this edition are: enhanced appendices and reference tools; Web sites/phone numbers of pertinent health care agencies; critical thinking exercises that require Internet searches; and additional photos and tables. Ten chapters have been updated with state-of-the-art information about environmental health and safety; issues of working with populations and groups; prevention of and intervention in community crises; family health assessment/practice; and more
Category: Community health nursing