Table of contents for Nonstandard work in developed economies : causes and consequences / Susan Houseman and Machiko Osawa, editors.

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 1 Introduction
 2 The Change in Work Arrangements in Denmark and Germany
 3 Regulatory Convergence?
 4 Nonstandard Work in Italy and Spain
 5 Nonstandard Work Arrangements in France and the United States
 6 The Growth of Nonstandard Employment in Japan and the United States
 7 Employment Choices and Pay Differences between Nonstandard and Stand Work in
Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden
 8 Standard and Nonstandard Work Arrangements, Pay Difference, and Choice of Work by
Japanese Mothers
 9 Work Arrangements among Women in the United States
10 In Search of a New Framework for Flexibility
11 Nonstandard Work Arrangements in Japan and the United States
12 Work Attitudes and Nonstandard Work Arrangements in the United States, Japan, and
The Authors
About the Institute

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hours of labor, Flexible Developed countries Congresses, Part time employment Developed countries Cross-cultural studies Congresses, Temporary employment Developed countries Cross-cultural studies Congresses, Employment (Economic theory) Congresses