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European Unemployment in a Global Recession

  • Jonathan Michie
Part of the The Academy of International Business Series book series (AIB)

Abstract

The world-wide growth of unemployment is ‘the issue of the 1990s’ and represents a ‘dangerous potential for human strife’ according to the 1993 UN Human Development Report. In Europe, unemployment is considered to be the ‘most pressing problem’ by two-thirds of European Union (EU) citizens.2

Keywords

Labour Market European Union Monetary Union Full Employment North American Free Trade Agreement 
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