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by Craig Riddell,France St-Hilaire

eBook Adapting Public Policy to a Labour Market in Transition (Institute for Research on Public Policy) epub
  • ISBN: 0886451868
  • Author: Craig Riddell,France St-Hilaire
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Carleton University Press; 1 edition (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 352 pages
  • ePUB size: 1740 kb
  • FB2 size 1152 kb
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Adapting Public Policy to a Labour Market in Transition. Murphy, Kevin . W. Craig Riddell, and Paul M. Romer. Wages, Skills and Technology in the United States and Canada. In Elhanan Helpman, ed. Unions and Wage Inequality in Canada and the United States. In David Card and Richard B. Freeman, eds. Small Differences That Matter: Labor Markets and Income Maintenance in Canada and the United States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993, pp. 69–107.

The Public Policy Department of the School of Political Science is extremely pleased to welcome to HSE, distinguished post-doctoral fellow Dr Elisa Piras from the Institute of Law, Politics and Development at the Sant’ Anna School for Advanced Studies. As an expert on contemporary liberalism, Dr Piras has been welcomed to the department to present to students from across the university on the topics of multiculturalism and global justice.

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The text also offers an abundance of new debate-style boxes and revised active learning exercises to involve and engage students in the course material and encourage them to become participants in their government.

After two decades of rapid technological and structural change and an overall record of poor economic performance, Canadians need to take stock of the ongoing transformation of the labour market and its implications for public policy. The fundamental changes to the nature of work itself suggest that labour and social policies established decades ago may no longer be adequate or appropriate. Moreover, the continuing perception of increased instability and worsening employment outcomes, and the growing concern over increased earnings inequality and labour market polarization, have raised serious questions about the role of government not only in addressing the consequences of economic adjustment but also in facilitating or, worse, hampering this process. Contributors include Michael Baker (University of Toronto & National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA), Paul Beaudry (University of British Columbia), Dwayne Benjamin (University of Toronto), Jean-Michel Cousineau (University of Montreal), Nicole M. Fortin (University of British Columbia & University of Montreal), David A. Green (University of British Columbia), Morley Gunderson (University of Toronto), Peter Kuhn (University of California at Santa Barbara), Guy Lacroix (Laval University), Thomas Lemieux (University of British Columbia & University of Montreal), W. Craig Riddell, France St-Hilaire, Arthur Sweetman (Queen's University), and François Vaillancourt (University of Montreal & C.D. Howe Institute).
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