2 edition of Studies of unemployment. found in the catalog.
Studies of unemployment.
University of Tennessee (Knoxville campus). College of Business Administration.
by The University of Tennessee, Division of University Extension in Knoxville, Tenn
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared under supervision of the School of Commerce ...|
|Series||The University of Tennessee record. Extension series., Vol. XII, no. 1, University of Tennessee record., v. 12, no. 1.|
|LC Classifications||HD5725.T4 T43|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||a 36001107|
This concept recognizes that, although youth unemployment is not consistent across the world, it is a coherent problem in the global political economy. This book examines this crisis of youth unemployment, drawing on international case studies. Economic Growth and the Unemployment Rate Congressional Research Service 3 aging of the baby-boom generation. Between and , the annual rate of labor force growth fell to %. It is projected to fall further, to % per year on average, between and
This book contains 12 chapters, each of which is a case study or a commentary on the unemployment of the s and early s and on the programs devised to retrain workers. Titles and authors are as follows: "Understanding Unemployment: A Critical Overview of Labour Market Trends, Employment, and Unemployment: (John Hughes); "A Critical Overview: Education and Training Responses to Changes Cited by: 1. Their studies include human behavior in many social contexts such as social interaction, social institutions and organization, social change and development (Abraham). Because of the broad spectrum of social circumstances that are studied, unemployment is an issue in which sociologists thrive. About the Book This comprehensive and instructive study examines the relative success or failure of government policies in preventing and alleviating unemployment. Choosing two contrasting cases—West Germany and the United States—Thomas Janoski probes the causes and consequences of two very different orientations toward labor market policy.
1. The Unemployment Rate and the Long-Term Unemployed as a Share of All Unemployed, to 2 2. Relationship Between the Unemployment Rate and the Long-Term Unemployed as a Share of All Unemployed, to 4 3. Long-Term Unemployment During and Immediately Following Three Recent Recessions, by Reason for Unemployment 13 4. Understanding unemployment is an important component in understanding macroeconomics. So, check out these videos and learn more about an important topic that has had a deep impact on today's society. 9 CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES This chapter presents the related literature and studies after the thorough and in-depth search done by the researchers. This will also present the synthesis of the art, theoretical and conceptual framework to fully understand the research to be done and lastly the definition of.
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In the Great Depression of the s unemployment rose to 25% of the workforce in Germany, Great Britain, and the United States. Similar rates occurred in Greece and Spain, due in part to different causes, during the early s.1. Youth Problem Unemployment: The Seriousness of the Unemployment and Ebook At the beginning ofthe total number of unemployed in the Western world was estimated at 20 million, shared almost equally between North America and Western Europe.
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