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Chapters by leading experts on unemployment, immigration, pay, and trade unions discuss what can be learned from the past two decades, and what should be done now to tackle Britain's current labour market problems, arguing for a more targeted approach to tackle unemployment, exclusion, and inequality consistent with today's tight public budgets.…mehr

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Chapters by leading experts on unemployment, immigration, pay, and trade unions discuss what can be learned from the past two decades, and what should be done now to tackle Britain's current labour market problems, arguing for a more targeted approach to tackle unemployment, exclusion, and inequality consistent with today's tight public budgets.
Autorenporträt
David Marsden is Professor of Industrial Relations at the London School of Economics, and a member of the Centre for Economic Performance. He has carried out extensive research on labour markets and human resources in Europe, and has advised many public bodies including the European Commission, the ILO and the OECD as well as in Britain