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Foundations and Current Issues in IR/HR (IRE 2001)

This subject guide is meant to assist students, particularly those enrolled in IRE 2001, with research papers and assignments.

Books on Cargiving, Care Economy, and Emotional Labour Available in the UT Library System

Search: caregivers and labo(u)r market

Books available throughout the U of T Libraries SystemE-books available via the U of T catalogueBooks available at the CIRHR Library

Search: (care OR caregivers or caregiving) and work

Books available throughout the U of T Libraries SystemE-books available via the U of T catalogueBooks available at the CIRHR Library

Search: work and family

Books available throughout the U of T Libraries SystemE-books available via the U of T catalogueBooks available at the CIRHR Library

Recognizing the Worth of Natural Caregivers

Caring Economy Campaign (CEC) website

The Economist, July 2017: The New Old : Economics of Longevity (The Economist print edition is available online at U of T - search by individual journal article title not by report title)

The Conversation Canada, July 10, 2017: Stressed? Running on empty? It’s not compassion fatigue

The Economist, June 17, 2017: Wages through the ages What history says about inequality and technology: The recent rise in earnings for skilled workers is a rare phenomenon (Includes a reference to:  Bureau of Labor Statistics April 2017:  Fastest growing occupations )

IDS (Institute of Development Studies) Policy Briefing March 2017:  Connecting Unpaid and Paid Care Work to Progress Gender Equality by Nesbitt-Ahmed, Z.

Bloomberg, October 2,  2015: "The Job of the Future Is ... Home Health Care," by Justin Fox

Atlantic Monthly, April 29, 2015: Who Will Care for America's Seniors? by Alana Semuels

Urban Institute, October 26, 2001: Research Report: Who Will Care For Us? Addressing the Long-Term Care Workforce Crisis, by Robyn I. Stone and Joshua M. Wiener

Caring Economy - Selected Books in the CIRHR Library

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