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New directions in labour regulation research /Sangheon Lee and Deirdre McCann Theevidence-based case for labour regulation /Simon Deakin Precarious employment and the problem of SER-centrism in regulating for decent work /Leah F. Vosko Thegrowth of extended "entry tournaments" and the decline of institutionalized occupational labour markets in Britain /David Marsden Laws or luck? understanding rising formality in Brazil in the 2000s /Janine Berg Labour market regulations and the welfare of Indonesian workers /Iyanatul Islam Theenactment of three new labour laws in China : unintended consequences and the emergence of "new" actors in employment relations /Fang Lee Cooke Short time compensation as an employment stabilization policy /Robert M. LaJeunesse Gender and the minimum wage /Jill Rubery and Damian Grimshaw Decent work for domestic workers : an achievable goal or wishful thinking? /Manuela Tomei Theimpact of labour regulations : measuring the effectiveness of legal norms in a developing country /Sangheon Lee and Deirdre McCann Governing regulatory discretion : innovation and accountability in two models of labour inspectionwork /Roberto Rocha C. Pires Adiagnostic methodology for regulating decent work /Diane F. Frey.
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Print version: Regulating for decent work : new directions in labour market regulation. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011 xvi, 376 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. Advances in labour studies