Working Poverty in Europe

N. Fraser, R. Gutierrez, R. Pena-Casas
Palgrave Macmillan UK, 1 jan 2011 - 342 pagina's
Offering a comparative perspective, this book examines working poverty - those in work who are still classified as 'poor'. It argues that the growth in numbers of working poor in Europe is due to the transition from a Keynesian Welfare State to a 'post-fordist' model of production.

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GUILLAUME ALLÈGRE Economist and Lecturer in Sciences Po-Paris, France BERTA ÁLVAREZ-MIRANDA Associate Professor of Sociology at Complutense University Madrid, Spain GIULIANO BONOLI Professor of Social Policy at the Swiss Graduate School for Public Administration, Lausanne, Switzerland ERIC CRETTAZ Lecturer in the MAPS, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland DALILA GHAILANI Researcher at the European Social Observatory, Belgium ALEXANDER GOERNE Research Assistant, School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, UK MARTA IBÁÑEZ Lecturer of Sociology at the University of Oviedo, Spain KAREN JAEHRLING Senior Researcher at the Institute for Work, Skills and Training, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany ANNA SAFUTA Researcher at the European Social Observatory, Belgium

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