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taghavi M. Employment, Labour Market, and Income Increased Insecurity and Inequality. refahj. 2001; 1 (1) :88-115
URL: http://refahj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-1734-en.html
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The book “ Globalization and the Welfare State ” by Ramesh Mishar, that its second and chapter is translated and introduced into their volume is essentially to examine the implications of globalization in respect of social policy and social standard in advanced industrial countries ( It is in fact a fair critique to the globalization ) Ramesh Mishar, professor emeritus at York university in Canada, is known by many experts as a leading authority on social policy, this book argues that the opening up of economies has curtailed the policy autonomy of nation sets for fill employment and economic growth. Also pressures stemming from globalization have impinyed significantly on labor market, social spending and social protection. Resulted to arrow onto downward. Globalizations has also undermined the first line af defence against poverty and dependence of Keynesian welfare state. The comparatire evidence presented in professor mishra’s book suggest that in continental Europe and Japan income suggest inequality has increused less than Angle-Saxon countries. Nevertheless neo politis jolitias and ide-oelogy threaten to become hegemonic influences. Chapter 2, of the book look at employment and the labour markat in globalizing economy. This chapter of the book has successfully tried to show that neoliberal attach of Keynesian welfare state followed by the global market economy has caused the defence policy against economic insecurity and poverty to weaken. In globalized economy we can hardly expect corporations replacing the government to be in position to assume ponsibility for employee welfare. This chapter also have reached to the conclusion that globaligation has to go toward non humanitarian labour market. However the more productive sector of the economy is desocialized, i.e commodified . the greuter in the need for compensatitng social policy to provide sewrity as well as civilized publiclife.
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Received: 2015/06/7 | Accepted: 2015/06/7 | Published: 2015/06/7

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