The Political Economy of Work in the 21st Century Implications for an Aging American Workforce

Martin Sicker

Details of book

  • Publisher: Quorum Books /
  • Publish date: March 30, 2002 /
  • ISBN-13: 9781567205664 /
  • Format: Hardcover /
  • Pages: 236 /
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  • Subjects: Elderly, Labour economics, Work & labour, 21st century, Government policy, Business/Economics, United States, Business & Economics, Politics / Current Events, Politics - Current Events, USA, Labor, Human Resources & Personnel Management, Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare, Business & Economics / Labor, Economics - General, Personal Finance - Retirement Planning, Age distribution (Demography), Aging, Economic aspects, Older people /
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  • Language: eng /
  • Weight: 1.1 pounds /
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.3 x 0.8 inches /
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  • First sentence: Given the centrality of work in our lives as individuals and collectively as a society and nation, it is rather surprising that relatively little public attention is directed to the manner and extent to which work and employment influence our social as well as economic well-being. /
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Description

Given the centrality of work in our lives as individuals and collectively as a society and nation, it is rather surprising that relatively little public attention is directed to the manner and extent to which work and employment influence our social as well as economic well-being.

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