Klitgaard, Robert E.
November 1971
Monthly Labor Review;Nov71, Vol. 94 Issue 11, p45
Academic Journal
Discusses the concept of dual labor market theory in the U.S. Problem of permanent and involuntary confinement in the secondary market of workers with major family responsibilities; Perpetuation of poverty; Combination of high measured unemployment rates and narrow employment opportunity; Redefinition of employment problem of the poor.


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