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ISBN:088911806X
Author: Richard Chaykowski,Lisa Powell
ISBN13: 978-0889118065
Title: Women and Work (Queen's Policy Studies Series)
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Language: English
Category: Politics and Government
Publisher: John Deutsch Inst Study of Eco Policy; 1 edition (August 1, 1999)
Pages: 200

Women and Work (Queen's Policy Studies Series) by Richard Chaykowski,Lisa Powell



Richard Chaykowski received his PhD from Cornell University. Dr. Chaykowski is currently a faculty member in the Faculty of Arts and Science and in the Faculty of Law (cross-appointed) at Queen's University. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the MIT and a visitor at the University of Toronto and at McGill University. Chaykowski has also been Visiting Chair at Human Resources and Social Development in the federal government, where he was situated in Strategic Policy.

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Gender studies: women. Women and Work PDF. by Richard Chaykowski, Lisa Powell. Part of the John Deutsch Institute series. Women and Work offers analyses of women and the labour market with respect to a wide range of topics that include technological change, skill requirements, and training; income security programs and work decisions of lone parents; the dynamics of welfare participation; school-to-work transitions; equality legislation; and collective bargaining, remuneration, and workplace benefits.

Women and Work offers analyses of women and the labour market with respect.

Richard Chaykowski, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University. George Slotsve, Department of Economics, Northern Illinois University. Policy context: labour market exclusion and its consequences. Role of the legal duty to accommodate. Potential for improved implementation of the law. Information needs. Initial findings in PALS data. Conclusions (tentative).

School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. Associate Professor (2001-03), Assistant Professor (1994-2001). Powell, Lisa M. (1998) Part-time versus Full-time Work and Child Care Costs: Evidence for Married Mothers. Applied Economics, 30:503-511. (1997) Family Behaviour and Child Care Costs: Policy Implications. BOOKS Chaykowski, Richard P. and Lisa M. Powell (ed. Women and the Canadian Labour Market Canadian Public. Policy, 25(S1), 1999. Chaykowski, Richard P. Women and Work (Kingston and Montreal: John Deutsch. Institute and McGill-Queen’s University Press), 1999, pp. viii, 304. Courchene, Thomas J. Powell.

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Richard J. Powell is John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art & Art History at Duke University, where he has taught since 1989. He studied at Morehouse College and Howard University before earning his doctorate in art history at Yale University.

Women and Work offers analyses of women and the labour market with respect to a wide range of topics that include technological change, skill requirements, and training; income security programs and work decisions of lone parents; the dynamics of welfare participation; school-to-work transitions; equality legislation; and collective bargaining, remuneration, and workplace benefits. Contributors include Gordon Betcherman (Canadian Policy Research Networks and Ekos Research associates), Marie-Thérèse Chicha (Université de Montréal), Ross Finnie (Queen's University and Statistics Canada), John Greenwood (Social Research and Demonstration Corporation), Andrew Jackson (Canadian Labour Congress), Constantine Kapsalis (Data Probe Economic Consulting), Darren Lauzon (HRDC and Statistics Canada), Norm Leckie (Ekos Research Associates), Brenda Lipsett (Human Resources Development Canada), Mark Reesor (Human Resources Development Canada), Ted Wannell (Statistics Canada), Caroline L. Weber (Queen's University), and I'ik Urla Zeytino'lu (McMaster University).