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by Duncan Gallie,Serge Paugam

Welfare Regimes and the Experience of Unemployment in Europe epub ebook

Author: Duncan Gallie,Serge Paugam
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (August 10, 2000)
Pages: 432 pages
ISBN: 0198280394
ISBN13: 978-0198280392
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Gallie and Paugam (2000) have proposed a typology of unemployment welfare regimes in European countries which reflects unemployment insurance coverage rates, unemployment benefit levels and duration, active labour market policies and dependency on the family.

Gallie and Paugam (2000) have proposed a typology of unemployment welfare regimes in European countries which reflects unemployment insurance coverage rates, unemployment benefit levels and duration, active labour market policies and dependency on the family. They distinguish four types: A Southern European 'subprotective' regime, an Anglo-Saxon 'liberal/minimal' regime, a Continental regime and a Scandinavian 'universalistic' regime of unemployment protection.

Read instantly in your browser Serge Paugam is a Directeur at the CNRS and a member of the Laboratoire de sociologie quantitative, CREST, INSEE, France.

Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-0198280392. Serge Paugam is a Directeur at the CNRS and a member of the Laboratoire de sociologie quantitative, CREST, INSEE, France.

The book is the first major study to examine the implications of differences in welfare regimes for the experience of unemployment in Europe. The Social Regulation of Unemployment Duncan Gallie and Serge Paugam. It is concerned with three central questions about the way such regimes affect the experience of unemployment. The first is how far they protect the quality of life of unemployed people with respect to living standards and the experience of financial hardship.

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ABSTRACT: This work explores the area of global interdependences and the global context. In particular it deals with interdependences that seem to be absent from current literature but could be of great significance to identify the biggest challenges that the economy and the energy sector will have to face in the next two or three decades.

Over the last twenty years, most countries have experienced periods of high unemployment. While this always leads to increased poverty and personal distress, the severity of the effects has varied substantially from country to country. This book looks closely at some of the key factors behind these differences. It provides for the first time clear evidence about the way in which the nature of the welfare arrangements in a country, together with its family and friendship patterns, can affect the risk that unemployment leads to social exclusion.
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