Lyberaki Antigone

ΓΥΝΑΙΚΕΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΑ


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What is the meaning of equal employment opportunity and why it is important for women to be part of the workforce.

“Short Introductions” series is about brief reference books written by experts, providing accurate and in-depth knowledge on a wide variety of subjects.

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What is the meaning of equal opportunity employment and why is it important for society and economy as a whole? Is being an equal part of the labor force influencing only women’s freedom and independence or does it also concern economy and society in general? Have these issues already been resolved, or are reforms in Greece still being stalled? Is a third, vast wave of change needed in order to achieve the ultimate and most essential breakthrough?

This short book addresses big questions, with either an international or domestic point of view.

Short Introductions series is about brief reference books written by experts, providing accurate and in-depth knowledge on a wide variety of subjects.

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Pages 112
Dimensions 13x20,5
Availability Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο
Weight 177 g
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Soft cover

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18+

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Published Date 19/06/2017
ISBN 978-960-569-690-0

Antigone Lyberaki has studied economics in Greece and in the UK. She has taught at University of Crete, at the City University of New York and the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris. She is a member of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) and board member of Actionaid NGO in Greece and in Kenya. She studies the fields of small and medium enterprises and of flexible specialization since the late 80s. Since then she has broadened her research on the direction of Labor Economics, Immigration, Aging and Gender. Between 2000-2004 she participated in a Specialist Council for Ministry of Labor and she coordinated the execution of three national action plans for occupation. She has written several books and articles in greek and foreign science magazines. Nowadays her research focuses on how Greek economic crisis affects the atypical mechanisms of family solidarity and participation of women in workforce.

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