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Let's get to work! : the future of labour in Europe. Vol. 1

Author: Miroslav Beblavý; Ilaria Maselli; Marcela Veselková; László Andor
Publisher: Brussels : Centre for European Policy Studies, ©2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Work is not only an essential part of our daily lives, but also one of the top policy concerns across Europe. Unfortunately, the public debate of labour issues is all too often driven by political rhetoric and short-term concerns. In this volume, researchers from seven European countries attempt to explain in easily accessible language what the findings from various social sciences mean for the future of labour in  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Miroslav Beblavý; Ilaria Maselli; Marcela Veselková; László Andor
ISBN: 9789461384065 9461384068
OCLC Number: 899979117
Description: iv, 250 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The future of labour in Europe : an overview --
Emerging megatrends and scenarios in the socio-ecological transitions --
How much work will there be? : where is it going to come from? --
Exploring the transformation of human labour in relation to socio-ecological transitions --
Job quality in the European Union : travelling back in time? --
Workplace innovation in Europe --
Future of skills in Europe : convergence or polarisation? --
The role of the state : reform pressures and welfare reform towards social investment --
Labour market institutions in Europe : differences, developments, consequences and reforms --
The future of labour in Europe : key messages for policy-makers.
Other Titles: Future of labour in Europe
Future of labor in Europe
Responsibility: edited by Miroslav Beblavý ; Ilaria Maselli ; Marcela Veselková ; contributors, László Andor [and 14 others].

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Work is both an essential part of our daily lives and one of the major policy concerns across Europe. Yet public debate on labour issues is all too often driven by political rhetoric and short-term  Read more...

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