Inclusive work and economic security: a framework

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Author: Bowman, Dina; Van Kooy, John

Abstract:

In this paper, the authors propose a framework to highlight the interrelationships of different factors that affect inclusive work and economic security. The proposed approach recognises: (1) different lived experiences of the job market and forms of economic and social participation; (2) multiple levels of response to unemployment, underemployment and labour market disadvantage, ranging from small-scale programs to macroeconomic policy; and (3) the importance of both short and long-term perspectives on these issues. The framework provides an analytical and organising model for the...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Policy; Employment; Disadvantaged; Equity; Research

Keywords: Unemployment; Social inclusion; Employability; Employment security; Research method; Analysis; Social research; Government policy; Policy formation; Labour market program

Geographic subjects: Australia; Oceania

Published: Fitzroy, Victoria: Brotherhood of St Laurence, 2016

Physical description: 8 p.

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http://library.bsl.org.au/jspui/bitstream/1/9350/3/Bowman_vanKooy_Inclusive_work_econ_security_framework_2016.pdf

ISBN: 9781921623646

Resource type: Working paper

Document number: TD/TNC 126.871

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