Gender, Growth, and Trade: The Miracle Economies of the Postwar Years

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Business & Economics - 217 pages
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Gender, Growth and Trade examines the role of women as a flexible, contingent workforce in Germany and Japan. This unique comparative study of two of the world's foremost industrialized economies situates empirical results in the context of broader cultural concerns, considering issues such as market flexibility, unemployment, union policy and labour market institutions.

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JANINE BERG is Labour Economist with the International Labour Office in Geneva, Switzerland. She is the author of "Miracle for Whom? Chilean Workers under Free Trade" and "Meeting the Employment Challenge: Argentina, Brazil and Mexico in the Global Economy," DAVID KUCERA is Senior Research Economist at the International Labour Organization. He is author of "Gender, Growth and Trade" and editor and contributor to "Qualitative Indicators of Labour Standards," as well as the author of articles on the economic impact of labour standards and related topics.