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JAPANESE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
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This paper examines the Japanese Employment System that was formed in the aftermath of World War II and its impact on the current Japanese economy. The essay examines the history of this system and how it is changing in response to the current recession in Japan. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MTjapeco.rft

Jeffrey Madrick's 'The End of Affluence / The Causes and Consequences of America's Economic Dilemma'
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This 5 page report discusses the 1995 book written by economic reporter and financial editor Jeffrey Madrick. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: Jmadrick.wps

Job Competition Model & Generating Inequality :
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A 12 page paper. More than 20 years ago, Lester Thurow attempted to investigate the distribution of income as it compared to education. His work resulted in his proposition of the Job Competition Model and the Wage Competition Model. This paper explains these models by discussing research conducted by contemporary investigators. One set of researchers used Thurow's work to explain the number of college graduates who are holding jobs not commensurate with their education. Through the studies discussed, the models proposed by Thurow are explained. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGjobcom.rtf

Job Opportunity verses Government Aid: Hypothetical Approaches for Improving the Economic Status of Female Heads of Household
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A 2 page analysis of two hypothetical approaches to improving the economic status of low income women and their dependents. Contrasts the benefits and disadvantages of one program providing higher levels of earned income credit and another which provides jobs and equitable wages for a predetermined period. Concludes that he second approach rewards a woman for working but at the same time there is a more immediate cap put on the time that she can benefit from such a program. The woman's work incentive, therefore, is not in the form of government subsidies but in the form of the realization that after three years she will be on her own to provide for the needs of her family. While it may seem like a harsher program in many ways, it is superior to the first in that the taxpayer is not left in the position of indefinitely having to support the families of others. No sources are listed.
Filename: PPecWelf.wps


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