Challenging the market: the struggle to regulate work and income /Jim Stanford,Leah F. Vosko PART ONE: THE CHANGING ECONOMICS OF LABOUR MARKET REGULATIONS The NAIRU, labour market "flexibility," and full employment /Malcolm Sawyer The causes of high unemployment: labour market sclerosis versus macroeconomic policy /Thomas I. Palley Institutions and policies for labour market success in four small European countries /Peter Auer PART TWO: DEVELOPMENTS IN LABOUR MARKET STRUCTURE Challenging segmentation in South Africa's labour market: "regulated flexibility" or flexible regulation? /Marlea Clarke The Russian reforms and their impact on labour: a transition to what? /Manfred Bienfeld ... [et al.] Deregulating industrial relations in the apparel sector: the decree system in Quebec /Michel Grant European labour market regulation: the case of European councils /Michael John Whittall PART THREE: THE DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF LABOUR MARKET DEREGULATION Racializing the division of lbaour: neoliberal restructuring and the economic segregation of Canada's racialized groups /Grace-Edward Galabuzi Towards perfect flexibility: youth as an industrial reserve army for the new economy /Stephen McBride The crisis in rural labour markets: failures and challenges for regulation /Martha MacDonald Technology, gender, and regulation: call centres in New Brunswick /Tom Good,Joan McFarland Neoliberalism, social democracy, and the struggle to improve labour standards for part-time workers in Saskatchewan /Dave Broad ... [et al.] PART FOUR: ALTERNATIVE VISIONS Labour market deregulation and the U.S. living-wage movement /Stephanie Luce Gendered resistance: organizing justice for janitors in Los Angeles /Cynthia J. Cranford Labour's current organizational sturggles in Argentina: towards a new beginning? /Viviana Patroni Critical times for French employment regulation: the 35-hour week and the challenge to social partnership /Steve Jefferys How credible are international corporate labour codes? Monitoring global production chains /Don Wells.
Papers prepared by members of an International Working Group on Labour Market Regulation and Deregulation and presented at the Challenging the Market Conference, Toronto, in June 2001--P. [vii].
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