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Active social policies in the EUInclusion through participation?$
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Rik van Berkel and Iver Hornemann Moller

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9781861342805

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781861342805.001.0001

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The inclusive power of standard and non-standard work

The inclusive power of standard and non-standard work

(p.72) (p.73) Four The inclusive power of standard and non-standard work
Active social policies in the EU

Marisol García

Jan de Schampheleire

Policy Press

This chapter examines the research literature on the inclusionary and exclusionary potentials of various forms of work. It provides a review on studies addressing the effects of active social policies in terms of inclusion and exclusion. It explores the participation in ‘standard’ work, part-time work and flexi-work, employment programmes and training, unpaid work and informal paid work. It evaluates the issues that should be the focus of research on the inclusionary and exclusionary potentials of forms of work, as well as the social policies promoting them.

Keywords:   standard work, non-standard work, inclusionary potentials, exclusionary potentials, social policies, part-time work, flexi-work, employment programmes, forms of work

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