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From the Publisher"A fascinating monograph that weaves apparently disparate strands intoa convincing analysis of one of the most pressing economic problems ofour time.
Essential reading for those wanting to understand how themodern labour market functions, and what can be done to tackle thescourge of excessive unemployment." Charles Bean, Professor, London School of Economics
"Understanding the nature of good and bad jobs is essential tounderstanding unemployment. For too long, theories of dual labor marketsand theories of unemployment have proceeded in parallel. This was a shameand a scientific sin. Saint-Paul's masterful integration is an essentialstep. It will have an important impact, both in labor and in macroeconomics." Olivier Blanchard,Professor of Economics, MIT