Economic and Social Security and Substandard Working Conditions

January 1991
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jan91, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p383
Academic Journal
The article cites several research in progress on economic and social security and substandard working conditions as of January 1991. They include "Employers' Costs of Workers' Compensation Insurance: Magnitudes, Determinants, and Public Policy," "Why WARN? Advance Notice Legislation in the United States," "Employer Policies for Discouraging Work by Older People: the U.S. Experience," "To What Extent Do Older Workers Confront Restricted Job Opportunities?," "Labor Supply, Living Arrangements, Family Structure, and Welfare Receipt in the NLS-Y Data," and "Living Arrangements, Schooling, Employment, and Welfare Recipiency of Young Women."


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