This book is the first comprehensive and authoritative analysis of the New Deal and examines how far the programme has succeeded in responding to the diversity of conditions in local labour markets across the UK. Argues that profound differences in local labour market conditions have exerted a telling influence on the New Dealas achievements Includes extensive new research data on the current conditions of local labour markets in the UK and local impacts of the New Deal Illustrated by a large series of original maps and figures. Based on numerous interviews with local and regional policy actors.The decline of male manual, low-skilled and old-skilled jobs in industry has contrasted with the growth of female employment, particularly in service activities. ... It is a well-established fact that the rate of long-term unemployment rises as overall unemployment increases. ... it will be for those made unemployed to find a new job, so that the average duration of a spell of unemployment will also increase.
|Title||:||Putting Workfare in Place|
|Author||:||Peter Sunley, Ron Martin, Corinne Nativel|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-07-20|