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Reconnecting to Work
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This book affords a better understanding of the consequences of long-term unemployment and the policies that are needed to address it. The contributors present research that examines the psychological as well as economic consequences of experiencing a prolonged spell of joblessness. Included are discussions of policies to increase job creation and to get the long-term unemployed back into jobs.

Table of Contents

  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Title page
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  1. Copyright page
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  1. Contents
  2. p. v
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  1. Foreword: What Happened to Shared Prosperity and Full Employment and How to Get Them Back: A Seussian Perspective
  2. p. vii
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  1. 1 - Introduction
  2. pp. 1-16
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  1. 2 - Job Displacements in Recessions: An Overview of Long-Term Consequences and Policy Options
  2. pp. 17-36
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  1. 3 - Labor market Policy in the Great Recession: Lessons from Denmark and Germany
  2. pp. 37-62
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  1. 4 - Causality in the Relationship between Mental Health and Unemployment
  2. pp. 63-94
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  1. 5 - Work Together to Let Everyone Work: A Study of the Cooperative Placemennt Effort in the Netherlands
  2. pp. 95-112
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  1. 6 - Stabilizing Employment: The Role of Short-Time Compensation
  2. pp. 113-136
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  1. 7 - Labor Market Measures in the Crisis and the Convergence of Social Models
  2. pp. 137-166
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 167-168
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  1. About the Institute
  2. pp. 169-178
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