Yang Liu

Kyoto UniversityJapan

Dr. Yang Liu has undertaken the editing of this book during her work as an adjunct researcher at the Center for East Asian Economic Studies, Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University, Japan. Previously, she has been a research assistant at the JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) Research Institute, 2011–2012; researcher at the Asia Pacific Institute of Research, 2012–2014; and visiting researcher at the Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University, 2012–2015. Her current research focuses on job creation and destruction, migration, human capital, wage inequality, and unemployment. She holds a PhD degree in Economics from Kyoto University (2012).

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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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