Industrial Restructuring with Job Security: The Case of European Steel
In what ways does empirical economics contribute to our understanding of important social issues? Richard Freeman addresses these questions in lively essays on the jobs and wages of college graduates, discrimination and inner-city youth, homelessness, unionism, and the difference between U.S. labor market institutions and those of other developed countries, including Japan...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published January 1st 1991 by Harvard University Press
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