Labor Market Adjustments to Structural Change and Technological Progress


An international group of researchers here explores the impacts of structural economic change and technological progress on labor markets. The contributors goal is to present an in-depth comparative study of the ways in which different national economies have adjusted to structural changes like the shift to service-based economies and technological changes brought about by the increasing use of the computer in offices and on the production line. To this end, they analyze the flexibility potentials within the different institutional organizations of the labor market in the U.S., France, West Germany, Great Britain, and Sweden.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Ronald Schettkat
  • Fritz W. Scharpf
  • Eileen Appelbaum
  • Peter Albin
  • Ronald E. Kutscher
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990


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