Worker Wellbeing in A Changing Labor MarketeBook - 2001
How do workers fare in a continually changing labor market? This volume contains fifteen original scientific papers each examining how socio-economic changes affect worker wellbeing. Among the findings are: (1) Most increases in female labor force participation occur among women with high husbands' earnings, dispelling the myth that shrinking husbands' relative earnings cause women's work activities to rise. (2) Increased globalization equalizes pay between but expands pay within corporate establishments. (3) High quality colleges widen the earnings distribution for top earners but only neglig.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : JAI, 2001
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xvii, 432 pages) : illustrations