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Farewell to the self-employed : deconstructing a socioeconomic and legal solipsism

Author: Marc Linder
Publisher: New York : Greenwood Press, 1992.
Series: Contributions in labor studies, no. 41.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Linder, Marc.
Farewell to the self-employed.
New York : Greenwood Press, 1992
(OCoLC)645817457
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marc Linder
ISBN: 0313284660 9780313284663
OCLC Number: 24952665
Description: viii, 189 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction: The Transvaluation of a Real Self-Contradiction --
2. Methodology. Count First and Ask Questions Later --
or, No Enumeration without Cogitation? The Origin of the Term Self-Employed. What You See Is What You Conceived: The Current Population Survey --
3. Class: Exploitation, Dependence, Risk, and Insecurity. The Hybrid Character of the Self-Employed: Extraterritorial Tertium Quid. Heteronomy --
4. Substance. Who Are the Self-Employed? Income and Class. Women as Self-Employed: The Quintessential Disguised Proletarians --
5. Legislative and Judicial Attitudes toward the Unemployed Self-Employed. Organized Labor's Struggle against Self-Employed Wage Cutters. Self-Employment for the Poor: State-Sponsored Interpenetration of Unemployment and Self-Employment. Judicial Treatment of the Unemployed, Paper Incorporated, Solo Self-Employed. Are the Self-Employed Subject to the Same Vicissitudes as Employees? Judicial Treatment of Unemployed Secondary Self-Employed Workers. 6. The Question of the Incorporated Self-Employed. Was Henry Ford Self-Employed? How the Reagan Tax Reforms Inhibited Incorporation by the Self-Employed --
7. Conclusion: Dissolution and Reconstitution.
Series Title: Contributions in labor studies, no. 41.
Responsibility: Marc Linder.

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