How will work be organised in the future? With its global perspective and critical approach, Re-Thinking the Future of Work provides not only an overview and examination of the array of competing visions, but also a radical rethink about the direction of change.The formalization thesis asserts that goods and services are increasingly provided through the formal economy (the state and market spheres) and that the informal economy is in demise. Here, the intention is to reveal how this vision of the future of work, often seen as descriptive of what is taking place rather ... Many unpaid tasks are viewed as a#39;worka#39; so far as those doing these tasks are concerned, including housework, do-it-yourself activity, and caring for children and elderly people.
|Title||:||Re-Thinking the Future of Work|
|Author||:||Colin C. Williams|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2007-02-28|