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Perspectives and Solutions

Edited by Yang Liu

Kyoto University, Japan

This book is a collection of original works by authors from all over the world on aspects of unemployment and job issues, seen from various angles and based on their recent research. It sheds light on fresh ideas on unemployment, such as the intergenerational approach and unemployment normalization, and offers solutions from diverse areas such as social economy development and policy-making. Practical issues regarding job creation and labor mobility are also covered. The book aims to provide not only a better understanding of the nature and extent of unemployment in various parts of the world but also solutions in diverse contexts.

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UnemploymentPerspectives and SolutionsEdited by Yang Liu

Published: August 23rd 2017

DOI: 10.5772/65157

ISBN: 978-953-51-3432-9

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3431-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4703-9

Copyright year: 2017

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7287 Total Chapter Downloads

6 Crossref Citations

6 Web of Science Citations

9 Dimensions Citations


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1. Labor Market Inclusion Through Social Economy in Slovakia

By Eva Pongrácz and Hana Poláčková


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2. Ageing Issue in Activation Labour Policies: The ‘Intergenerational Approach’ to Tackle Unemployment

By Barbara Barabaschi


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3. Unemployment Normalization in Different Economic Contexts

By Claude Houssemand and Anne Pignault


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4. Factors Affecting Employment and Unemployment for Fresh Graduates in China

By Kong Jun


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5. Job Creation in Hai Phong, Vietnam

By Thanh Nguyen Van


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6. Changing Jobs in Mexico: Hopping between Formal and Informal Economic Sectors

By Virgilio Partida and Maria Edith Pacheco


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