Young workers, globalization and the labor market
Comparing early working life in eleven countries
Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Sandra Buchholz, Erzsébet Bukodi og Karin Kurz
Edward Elgar Publishing 2008. 392 s.
Bogomtale fra forlaget.
Underpinned by the fact that the globalization process and the subsequent increased level of market uncertainty have paved the way for employment flexibility in modern societies, this book examines the labor market chances of young adults in the US and in ten European societies over the past three decades. As young adults represent a very vulnerable labor market group, flexible and insecure employment tends to be pronounced especially at labor market entry. The contributors therefore explore which groups of young adults are especially affected by increasing employment insecurities.
Contents: Preface Foreword by Duncan Galli Part I: Introduction Part II: Country-Specific Contributions Part III: Conclusions and Discussion
Index Contributors: P. Barbieri, F. Bernardi, H.-P. Blossfeld, S. Buchholz, E. Bukodi, E. Ebralidze, L. Garrido, K. Golsch, Y. Grelet, K. Halldén, M. Hällsten, H. Hofmeister, K. Kurz, S. Leth-Sørensen, J.I. Martínez-Pastor, I. Relikowski, E. Saar, S. Scherer, P. Schmelzer, K. Täht, M. Unt, L.-A. Vallet, M.H.J. Wolbers, S. Zdrojewski, M. Zielonka