Social crisis and labour mobility

a study of economic and social change in a New Brunswick railway community
  • 132 Pages
  • 1.94 MB
  • English

University of New Brunswick, Dept. of Sociology , [Fredericton, N.B.]
McAdam (N.B.) -- Social conditions., McAdam (N.B.) -- Economic conditions., Labor mobility., Railroads -- New Brunswick., New Brunswick -- Social condit
StatementAlick Robert Andrews.
SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
Pagination1 reel (132 l.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20693185M

The analysis was carried out by comparing labour market transitions from to in six European countries (France, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and the UK), among which a significant degree of cross-country variation in mobility patterns was expected, both because of a different institutional setting and a heterogeneous impact of the crisis in terms of duration and intensity.

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This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in easily. The mobility index reflects an increase in labour market churning over the crisis period in Nordic and Continental countries.

On the contrary, the mobility index for the period reveals a decrease in labour market mobility compared to the pre-crisis both in the Mediterranean and the Central Eastern European countries. Labour Mobility in the Enlarged Single European Market (Comparative Social Research Book 32) - Kindle edition by Dølvik, Jon Erik, Eldring, Line.

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In Social Mobility and its Enemies, Lee Elliot Major and Stephen Machin offer a thought-provoking assessment of the state of social mobility in Britain. In the context of much social and political change and rising levels of inequality in Britain, this book is able to dispel the myth of meritocracy and suggest evidence-informed avenues for achieving a fairer society for all, writes Ross Goldstone.

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Social Concertation in Times of Austerity investigates the political underpinnings of social concertation in this new context with a focus on the regulation of labour mobility and unemployment Author: Alexandre Afonso. Some months before the election, Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party formally Social crisis and labour mobility book its attachment to social mobility in favour of a supposedly more inclusive notion of social justice.

As for Boris Johnson’s pitch to voters in downtrodden Britain, he scarcely bothered to pretend—as Conservative leaders going back to Churchill had done—that. Real wages are still lower than before the financial crisis, while dividends paid to shareholders are up 85%.

Labour will eradicate in-work poverty in our first term by tackling the structural causes of poverty and inequality, such as low pay and high living costs, while.

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This Handbook focuses on the complexity surrounding the interaction between trade, labour mobility and development, taking into consideration social, economic and human rights implications, and identifies mechanisms for lawful movements across borders and their practical implementation.

The selections that make up the main body of the text are devoted to transnational labor mobility, new patterns of labor migration in Europe, policy responses to emigration from the Baltic states, and other related subjects. Jon Erik Dolvik and Line Eldring are with the Fafo Institute for Labour and Social Research in by: 2.

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The Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility is a member of the European Commission. The portfolio is responsible for matters relating to employment, social affairs, skills and labour mobility.

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This book explores: sovereignty; security issues and border-management strategies of major states, in the face of intensified transnational economic and social. How neoliberalism is causing a crisis in GermanyUpward social mobility represented a core promise of life under the “old” West German welfare state, in which millions of skilled workers upgraded their Volkswagens to Audis, bought their first homes, and sent their children to university.

This study unravels the livelihood strategies and living conditions of labour in the tea gardens of Assam. The tea sector has been undergoing a crisis since the s, with stagnant production, decline in exports, and closures of many tea gardens leading to large-scale retrenchments in the labour force.

Intra-EU labour mobility Between late and early the ETUI conducted a research project into labour migration within the enlarged EU. This led to an edited book published by Ashgate which brought together empirical and policy analyses, written by national experts, of.

Following this introduction, which has conceptualized the issue of South-North migration of EU citizens in a time of crisis, Chap. 2 tracks down the evolution of freedom of movement within the EU and documents its retrenchment in the context of the crisis.

In that chapter, Roxana Barbulescu argues that—even though it is the mobility of Eastern European citizens that has triggered negative Cited by: 3. EU Migration and the Economic Crisis: book, the terms mobility and migration are resources as well as influences on these patterns by social, economic or labour market policy as well as.

foreign labour might drive out the local labour force, despite the role that a well-designed migration policy can play in terms of reducing skill shortages, promoting innovation and boosting economic growth.

It is therefore essential to address the social concerns associated with globalization while at the same time avoiding inward-looking.

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The book offers advanced and contemporary readings in international trade and economic development, constructed on various fundamental topics that define the realm of this subject.

The book brings together many of the issues that are considered staple reading for a course in trade and development, but was previously unavailable in a comprehensive : Rajat Acharyya. The book comes at a time of growing economic and social inequality in Britain that has ushered in a social mobility crisis and thus holds contemporary policy relevance.

Mobility flows have moved away from crisis countries in response to the economic downturn but the desired increase in south-north mobility has not been observed so far.

This leads the authors to conclude that successfully fostering mobility within EU15 countries requires tremendous effort. The book also surveys research on the economic impact of migra-tion and analyses the importance of education for integration of immigrants into the labour market.

It finds that in many EU countries, second- and third-generation descendants of immigrants are much less well integrated into the labour market and have worse educationalFile Size: 5MB.

The network for the anthropology of labor aims to bring together people interested in various topics, ranging from macroscopic interests in political and economic processes, over theoretical efforts at reconceptualising productive and reproductive work and its value(s) for social life, to more microscopic processes surrounding everyday work experience.

This book also maps border struggles that follow these processes, analyses the creation of labour "reserves" in the region, and examines the role that technology – in particular smartphones and social media - play in regulating mobility and creating social : Sanja Milivojevic.

Labour flows from the poor to the rich nations have been a crucial component of international economic relations at least to the extent that it affects political debate in the developed countries. While international wage differentials should be the major driving force behind such movements, mass migration has also been caused by political violence, oppression, and natural calamities.

Book Description. Crisis and migration have a long association, in popular and policy discourse as well as in social scientific analysis. Despite the emergence of more nuanced and even celebratory accounts of mobility in recent years, there remains a persistent emphasis on.

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This book compiles a number of contributions on the effect of immigration on European economies and welfare states. Labour in crisis: Can the party reconnect with its heartland? The aim is to produce a book by the summer and a sea change in Labour’s orientation.

choice and social mobility than it did.Globalization is facilitating greater labour mobility at all skill levels – along South-South, South-North and other trajectories – as a result of rising efficiencies in transportation, communication and financial transfers, evolving social networks among transnational communities, and disparities in wages and working conditions between.The process of social change in India has resulted in social mobility among the ‘lower caste’ especially the Dalits.

Such social mobility has been lacking in uniformity and has some : Swapnil Dhanraj.