Long-Term Unemployment or New Poverty : A Case for Trade Union Membership
Claremont Graduate University
October 13, 2005
This paper investigates one of the consequences of globalization on national economies. This article sees Exclusion as the outcome of long-term unemployment which is the result of changing the nation’s socio-eco-political environment. Globalization is the one of the strongest forces to change the socio-economical structure of nations. Iran has filed to join WTO and this paper tries to address readiness of Iran to this membership.
Keywords: Exclusion, Iran, job market, unemployment
JEL Classification: F15 Ff02, J31, J51, J64
Date posted: April 27, 2010