Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship readdresses the question of how full citizenship may be preserved and developed in the face of enduring labour market pressures. It: clarifies the relationship between changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship; discusses possible ways in which the spill-over effect from labour market marginality to loss of citizenship can be prevented; specifies this problem in relation to the young, older people, men and women and immigrants; offers theoretical and conceptual definitions of citizenship as a new, alternative approach to empirical analyses of labour market marginalisation and its consequences; highlights the lessons to be learned from differing approaches in European countries.
Policy Press; January 2002
- ISBN 9781847425409
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- Title: Changing labour markets, welfare policies and citizenship
- Author: Jørgen Goul Andersen (ed.); Per H. Jensen (ed.)
Imprint: Policy Press