Voices Within and Without: Responses to Long-term Unemployment in Germany, Sweden and Britain
Policy Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Hard-core unemployed - 259 pages
Following on from an initial summary report, this book examines the situation of the long-term unemployed. The authors have explored the literature on long-term unemployment, and interviewed both members of their respective policy communities and the long-term unemployed themselves.
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