Sustaining the new economy

work, family, and community in the information age
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Russell Sage Foundation, Harvard University Press , New York, N.Y, Cambridge, Mass
Employees -- Effect of technological innovations on, Work and f
StatementMartin Carnoy.
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LC ClassificationsHD6331 .C279 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 238 p. :
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Open LibraryOL15488796M
ISBN 10067400373X
LC Control Number00027030
OCLC/WorldCa43561616

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The new economy is productive because workers move around and change jobs and by: Sustaining the New Economy — Martin Carnoy | Harvard University Press This book explores the growing tension between the requirements of employers for a flexible work force and the ability of parents and communities to nurture their children and provide for their health, welfare, and education.

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Unless government fosters the development of new, integrative institutions to support the new world of work, the author argues, the conditions required for long-term economic growth and social stability will be threatened.

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