Self-employment: a labor market perspective

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ILR Press, 1991 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
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Drawing on studies from economics and sociology, Robert L. Aronson explores the dimensions of nonfarm self-employment: its relative share of civilian nonfarm employment, its rate of growth, its demographic and social composition, its industrial and occupational distributions, its relative earnings, and its institutional settings, especially in relation to government and public policy.

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Contents

Determinants of SelfEmployment
20
Earnings and SelfEmployment
42
Social and Cultural Structure of SelfEmployment
60
Government and SelfEmployment
95
SelfEmployment and Labor Market Analysis
117
Counting the SelfEmployed
137
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