4 edition of Global inequalities at work found in the catalog.
Global inequalities at work
James Tyler Kent
|Statement||edited by Jody Heymann.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
Thomas Piketty (French: [ ]; born 7 May ) is a French economist whose work focuses on wealth and income is a professor (directeur d'études) at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS), associate chair at the Paris School of Economics and Centennial professor at the International Inequalities Institute, which is part of the London School Doctoral advisor: Roger Guesnerie. This book provides an in-depth overview of the effects of the crisis on inequalities in the world of work. It examines these inequalities multi-dimensionally, looking at employment, wages and incomes, working conditions and social by:
This book is the first to fill in the gaps in the map of occupational health by creating a picture that is truly global, both geographically and in its coverage of the impact of work on the health of individuals, families, and societies. Leaders from universities, international organizations, and nongovernmental organizations bring expertise from six continents to this book. "Social work and global health inequalities" is a unique snapshot of a new global social work that is responsive to local conditions and circumstances but seeks partners in the international struggle for equity, rights and social groundbreaking collection is essential reading for social work students, academics and researchers, and Author: Paul Bywaters. Ena Selimovic: Tell us about your latest book, Global Inequalities Beyond Occidentalism. Manuela Boatcă: My book proposes a theoretical framework for understanding how inequalities are reproduced under global capitalism. It examines what happens if we transfer classical approaches to inequality, such as those elaborated by Marx and Weber, to a 21st-century global context.
Lessons will expose students to a variety of concepts and terms that are connected with the Global Inequalities curriculum. The assignments connected with this book are planned to give students maximum exposure to geography issues in Canada and the . The world we live in is hugely in a better socioeconomic position do not only lead more comfortable lives, but also longer and healthier lives. This is true not only in the poorer parts of the world but also in the richest countries, including the advanced welfare states of Western Europe which have successfully pushed back poverty and other forms of material disadvantage. This book explores health inequalities as a central global issue for social work. Authors drawn from many countries analyse key questions and practice and policy initiatives, to develop.
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