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Working poverty in Europe

Neil Fraser

Working poverty in Europe

by Neil Fraser

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poor,
  • Employment,
  • Working poor

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementedited by Neil Fraser, Rodolfo Gutierrez, Ramon Pena-Casas
    ContributionsGutiérrez, Rodolfo, Peña-Casas, Ramón
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD8376.5 .W68 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24839366M
    ISBN 109780230290105
    LC Control Number2011013745

    Downloadable! For a long time in-work poverty was not associated with European welfare states. Recently, the topic has gained relevance as welfare state retrenchment and international competition in globalized economies has put increasing pressures on individuals and families. This book provides explanations as to why in-work poverty is high in certain countries and low in by: 7.   Given that many working people are also poor, Labor Day is good time to talk about poverty in the United States. But in this election year, with so much with emphasis on jobs, we should look especially at the relationship between poverty and the changing landscape of work and economic insecurity. The organization and composition.

    Poverty and Deviance in Early Modern Europe book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This study provides an accessible and authorit /5(10). As Figure 2 shows, monetary poverty was the most widespread form of poverty in , with million people ( % of the EU population) living at risk of poverty after social transfers. The second most frequent form of poverty was very low work intensity, affecting million people or % of the EU population aged 0 to

    The Poverty of Philosophy (French: Misère de la philosophie) is a book by Karl Marx published in Paris and Brussels in , where he lived in exile from until It was originally written in French as an answer to the economic and philosophical arguments of French anarchist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon set forth in his book The System of Economic Contradictions, or The Philosophy of. The working poor are a substantial group in the overall poverty statistics and are estimated to constitute 10% of European workers. This report examines in-work poverty in the European Union, picking up where a previous Eurofound report on this subject, published in , .


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Offering a comparative perspective, this book examines working poverty - those in work who are still classified as 'poor'. It argues that the growth in numbers of working poor in Europe is due to the transition from a Keynesian Welfare State to a 'post-fordist' model of production. Offering a comparative perspective, this book examines working poverty - those in work who are still classified as 'poor'.

It argues that the growth in numbers of working poor in Europe is due to the transition from a Keynesian Welfare State to a 'post-fordist' model of : Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Offering a comparative perspective, thisbook examines working poverty - those in work who are still classified as 'poor'. It argues that the growth in numbers of Working poverty in Europe book poor in Europe is due to the transition from a Keynesian Welfare State to a 'post-fordist' model of : N.

Fraser. Offering a comparative perspective, this book examines working poverty - those in work who are still classified as 'poor'. It argues that the growth in numbers of working poor in Europe is due to the transition from a Keynesian Welfare State to a 'post-fordist' model of production.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Working Poverty in Europe by N. Fraser, R. Gutierrez, R. Pena-Casas; 1 edition; First published in This book provides explanations as to why in-work poverty is high in certain countries and low in others.

Much of the present concern about the working poor has to do with recent changes in labour market policies in Europe. However, this book is not primarily about low pay. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: PART I --Introduction; R.

Gutǐrrez, R. Pęa-Casas & N. Fraser --In-work-poverty in Europe: A Comparative Perspective; A. Goerne --Worlds of Working Poverty: Cross-national Variation in the Mechanisms that Produce Working Poverty; E. Crettaz & G. Bonoli --PART II. The ‘working poor’ are a substantial group, the latest estimate putting 10% of European workers at risk of poverty, up from 8% in This report describes the development of in-work poverty in the EU since the crisis ofpicking up where an earlier Eurofound report on this subject, published inended and looks at what countries have done to combat the problem.

The emerging working poverty literature in Europe has mainly been analysing which sociodemographic and job characteristics are associated with an increased in-work poverty risk and how these.

The working poor are working people whose incomes fall below a given poverty line due to low-income jobs and low familial household income.

These are people who spend at least 27 weeks in a year working or looking for employment, but remain under the poverty threshold.

In the US, the official measurement of the working poor is controversial. BY Fraser, Neil (Author) [{ Working Poverty in Europe: A Comparative Approach (Work and Welfare in Europe (Hardcover)) By Fraser, Neil (Author) Jul - (Hardcover) } ] [Neil Fraser] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

BY Fraser, Neil (Author) [{ Working Poverty in Europe: A Comparative Approach (Work and Welfare in Europe (Hardcover)) By Fraser. poverty or social exclusion by 20 million bythe number of people at risk of poverty has increased: from million people in to million inor % of the population (E U).

After a slight decrease in following three. lished that stated markedly rising in-work poverty rates in Europe. They focus on the extent of the poverty risk among employed persons in Europe (Bardone and Guio ), the socio-demographic profile of the working poor (Eurostat b; Ponthieux ) or the influenceFile Size: KB.

About The Working Poor. From the author of the Pulitzer Prize–winning Arab and Jew, an intimate portrait unfolds of working American families struggling against insurmountable odds to escape poverty. As David K. Shipler makes clear in this powerful, humane study, the invisible poor are engaged in the activity most respected in American ideology—hard, honest work.

But Germany is also a socially divided country: in this rich country, the working poor are a reality – they are people who work 40 to 50 hours a week but who cannot make a living.” euros.

Visit Rick Steves Classroom Europe and enter "Hunger" into the search box. Read a book about global poverty. Here are four titles I found especially helpful: Understanding Global Poverty (by Serena Cosgrove and Benjamin Curtis).

While this reads like a textbook, it was a huge help for me as I gathered ideas before writing my script and. First, as the chapters in this book make clear, in-work poverty in Europe is a diverse, multifaceted phenomenon that occurs in equally diverse institutional, economic and socio-demographic settings.

Any effective set of policy measures to prevent or Cited by: 7. The “working poor” are people who spend 27 weeks or more in a year in the labor force either working or looking for work but whose incomes fall below the poverty ing to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, about million of people who spent at least 27 weeks in the labor force were poor.

The international political economy of the working poor in Western Europe Lucia Pradella PART IV EUROPE AND THE US Labor market flexibilization, and in-work poverty: A comparative analysis of Germany, Austria and Switzerland Nina-Sophie Fritsch and Roland Verwiebe In-work poverty in Southern Europe: The case of Italy.

Description. In-work at-risk-of-poverty rate refers to the percentage of persons in the total population who declared to be at work (employed or self-employed) who are at-risk-of-poverty (i.e.

with an equivalised disposable income below the risk-of-poverty threshold, which is set at 60 % of the national median equivalised disposable income (after social transfers)). [Excerpt] The working poor are a substantial group in the overall poverty statistics and are estimated to constitute 10% of European workers.

This report examines in-work poverty in the European Union, picking up where a previous Eurofound report on this subject, published inended. It looks at how in-work poverty evolved in the aftermath of the financial crisis ofbased on Cited by: 2.

Chapter 9: Is Work a Route Out of Poverty: What Have New Labour’s Welfare-to-Work Measures Meant for the Working Poor in Britain? Chapter Low Pay and Household Poverty During Ireland’s Economic Boom; Chapter Combating In-Work Poverty in Europe: The Policy Options Assessed; Chapter Explaining In-Work Poverty Within and Across.F orty years ago a young, radical journalist helped ignite the War on Poverty with his pioneering book The Other its pages, Michael Harrington warned that the recently proclaimed age of affluence was a mirage, that beneath the surface of U.S.

prosperity lay tens of millions of people stuck in hopeless poverty that only massive government intervention could help.