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Employment and Citizenship in Britain and France / edited by John Edwards, Jean-Paul Révauger.

Contributor(s): Edwards, John, 1943 October 27- | Révauger, J.-P. (Jean-Paul).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Aldershot ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, c2000Description: xiii, 267 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0754612945.Subject(s): Labor market -- France -- Congresses | Labor mobility -- France -- Congresses | Labor market -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Labor mobility -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Labor policy -- Social aspects -- France -- Congresses | Labor policy -- Social aspects -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Labor market -- France -- Congresses | Labor mobility -- France -- Congresses | Labor market -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Labor mobility -- Great Britain -- Congresses | Labor policy -- Social aspects -- France -- Congresses | Labor policy -- Social aspects -- Great Britain -- CongressesDDC classification: 331.127941 LOC classification: HD5775 | .E57 2000Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- John Edwards -- PART I: STATE, SOCIETY AND EMPLOYMENT -- 2. Flexibility: In Search of a New Social Settlement -- Jean-Paul Revauger -- 3. Fleixibility and Policies in Employment Reflections -- from Several European Countries -- Jean-Louis Meyer -- 4. The New Employment Flexibility: the Perversion : -- of an Ideal? -- Antoine Capet -- 5. Part-time Employment, the 'Social Movement' -- and Citizenship: Work in the Arts -- Laurence Dreyfuss and Alain Marchand -- 6. 'Modernisation' or Insecurity: Labour Market -- Deregulation and State Retrenchment: the British Case -- Tony Cutler, Phillip James, Susanne MacGregor, -- and Barbara Waine -- PART II: EMPLOYMENT UNCERTAINTY AND -- ECONOMIC SECURITY -- 7. Mobility of Manpower in Europe and the Transfer -- of Social Rights -- Elaine Jaoui-Pylypiw -- 8. Flexible Labour Markets, Citizenship and Pension -- Provision: a View from the UK -- Ruth Hancock and Claudine McCreadie -- 9. Are Proposals for Pension Reform Compatible with -- Adaptation to Employment Flexibility? -- Michael Hill -- 10. Minimum Wages, Flexibility and Social Exclusion -- Alan Gordon -- PART II: CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT -- SECURITY -- 11. Labour Market Flexibility, Security and Self-Respect -- David Middleton -- 12. Flexibility, Economic Security and Social Rights -- John Edwards -- 13. Citizenship and Work Obligations in Britain and -- France -- Anthony Rees -- 14. Labour Market Flexibility in Relation to Citizenship -- Ina Doornweerd -- 15. Conclusion -- John Edwards -- Bibliography.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 254-267).

Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction -- John Edwards -- PART I: STATE, SOCIETY AND EMPLOYMENT -- 2. Flexibility: In Search of a New Social Settlement -- Jean-Paul Revauger -- 3. Fleixibility and Policies in Employment Reflections -- from Several European Countries -- Jean-Louis Meyer -- 4. The New Employment Flexibility: the Perversion : -- of an Ideal? -- Antoine Capet -- 5. Part-time Employment, the 'Social Movement' -- and Citizenship: Work in the Arts -- Laurence Dreyfuss and Alain Marchand -- 6. 'Modernisation' or Insecurity: Labour Market -- Deregulation and State Retrenchment: the British Case -- Tony Cutler, Phillip James, Susanne MacGregor, -- and Barbara Waine -- PART II: EMPLOYMENT UNCERTAINTY AND -- ECONOMIC SECURITY -- 7. Mobility of Manpower in Europe and the Transfer -- of Social Rights -- Elaine Jaoui-Pylypiw -- 8. Flexible Labour Markets, Citizenship and Pension -- Provision: a View from the UK -- Ruth Hancock and Claudine McCreadie -- 9. Are Proposals for Pension Reform Compatible with -- Adaptation to Employment Flexibility? -- Michael Hill -- 10. Minimum Wages, Flexibility and Social Exclusion -- Alan Gordon -- PART II: CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT -- SECURITY -- 11. Labour Market Flexibility, Security and Self-Respect -- David Middleton -- 12. Flexibility, Economic Security and Social Rights -- John Edwards -- 13. Citizenship and Work Obligations in Britain and -- France -- Anthony Rees -- 14. Labour Market Flexibility in Relation to Citizenship -- Ina Doornweerd -- 15. Conclusion -- John Edwards -- Bibliography.

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