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Regulating for Job Creation
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Job Creation and Labour Law Constituting and Regulating the Labour Market Public Sector Job Creation and Legal-Bureaucratic Regulation: The Community Employment Program Job Creation Through Financial Incentives: JobStart Creating Entrepreneurs Through Contracting Out: The New Enterprise Incentive Scheme Conclusion: The Role of Regulation and Law in Job Creation Programs Bibliography Index

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Howe is one of the lead reserachers in what has become an influential tradition of labour law scholarship in Australia and perhaps in other Anglophone countries ...The book adopts a three case-study analysis of job regulation, reflected in the ordering of chapters ... the book is accessibly written and clearly of wide and interdisciplinary interest, which is laudable ... In sum Howe's contribution is arguably three-fold. First, he has contributed to labour law knowledge on job creation, which is a neglected area. Second, he has helped to facilitate interaction between labour lawyers and IR researchers on questions of job creation, calling for interdisciplinary perspectives. Third, his book adds to the understanding of law and its role alongside the state and the market in regulating the world of work and unemployment, during a now longstanding and important period of restructuring. The book is to be highly recommended on all three of these counts. - Journal of Industrial Relations 52(2)

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