Measuring More Than Money: The Social Economics of Job Quality

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 281 pages
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This highly readable and authoritative book on the social economics of job quality comes at a critical time as policy-makers, employers and unions seek to rebuild jobs after the economic crisis.
 

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Contents

2 What is a good job? Accounting for the different dimensions shaping job quality
8
3 Measurement problems and data sources
64
review of existent indicators of job quality
87
5 The construction of a European job quality index
150
job quality in Europe
203
7 Conclusions
247
Appendix Effect of sex age and schooling years on the probability of considering a job attribute very important
257
References
262
Index
273
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