Barriers to Full Employment: Papers from a Conference Sponsored by the Labour Market Policy Section of the International Institute of Management of the Wissenschaftszentrum of Berlin
J. A. Kregel, Egon Matzner, Alessandro Roncaglia
Macmillan, 1988 - Fiscal policy - 362 pages
In the mid-1980s the world's industrialised economies entered their second decade of stagnant growth and mass unemployment paralleled only by the Great Slump. The stigma of failure to deal with unemployment has touched governments of all political extractions. This book provides perspectives on the unemployment problem.
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