The response of voluntary and co-operative sectors to social exclusion and employability in the context of crisis of unemployment and the welfare state is an international concern. This study looks at the growth of enterprises and initiatives whose main aim is the integration of unemployed and disadvantaged people into work. The study developed a framework which allowed for international comparisons, and presents its findings to show how the voluntary sector, and others like it, is changing in response to rapidly changing work and welfare systems.
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Roger Spear has been active in research on Co-operatives and Employee Owned Enterprises for many years. Studies have included a three year research project on co-operatives in the UK, a training pack for UK co-operatives and community businesses, a six country study of Worker Buyouts in Europe; a study of social co-ops in the UK; A comparative study of employee ownership in Netherlands and UK; a four country study of Social Audit in the social economy funded by DG23; a study of labour market integration in several European countries; a comparative study of social enterprises in Europe (EMES project FW4)). He is one of the co-ordinators of a major CIRIEC project on unemployment and the third system (funded by DG12). Jacques Defourny, University of Liège, Belgium, Louis Favreau, University of Quebec at Hull, Canada Jean-Louis Laville, CRIDA-LSCI, CNRS, Paris, France
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Descripción United Kingdom: Ashgate Pub Ltd, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. No Jacket. Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng. Nº de ref. de la librería N46