Long-Term Unemployment or New Poverty : A Case for Trade Union Membership
Claremont Graduate University; Royal Roads University; York University - Schulich School of Business
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