Unemployment and Job Creation
|Publication Date||December 1991|
Unemployment and job creation are once again major issues on the economic and political agenda and will have a central importance for economic theory and policy in the 1990s. This new text takes a wide-ranging and up to date look at the subject. Alternative economic theories of unemployment are analysed and the different policies for creating jobs are discussed. The analysis also incorporates a comparative look at the international experience. The author deals with the many aspects and implications of the subject and asks the question - is unemployment inevitable?