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Out of Work

Why There's So Much Unemployment and Why it's Getting Worse

by Cy Gonick

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economic conditions, labor
list price: $8.95
also available: Hardcover eBook
published: 1978
imprint: Lorimer

Cy Gonick is one of Canada's leading political economists. In this book he analyzes the chronically high unemployment rates that affected Canada in the 1970s.
Gonick explains why unemployment is built into our economy, despite the human hardships it causes. He tells how big business makes this situation worse by failing to create enough jobs, and shows us why the government won't do anything about it.
Out of Work offers an acute analysis of this grim economic legacy of the 1970s

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Cy Gonick

CY GONICK is a retired professor of Economics at the University of Manitoba. At the university he founded the Labour Studies Program in the Faculty of Arts. He also served in the Manitoba legislature for River Heights, 1969-1973.
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