The Resource Challenging the market : the struggle to regulate work and income, edited by Jim Stanford and Leah F. Vosko, (electronic resource)

Challenging the market : the struggle to regulate work and income, edited by Jim Stanford and Leah F. Vosko, (electronic resource)

Label
Challenging the market : the struggle to regulate work and income
Title
Challenging the market
Title remainder
the struggle to regulate work and income
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jim Stanford and Leah F. Vosko
Contributor
Provider
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD5706
LC item number
.C47 2004eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
2001
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Stanford, Jim
  • Vosko, Leah F
  • ebrary
  • International Working Group on Labour Market Regulation and Deregulation
  • Challenging the Market Conference
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Labor market
  • Labor policy
  • Labor costs
  • Marché du travail
  • Travail
  • Main-d'oeuvre
Label
Challenging the market : the struggle to regulate work and income, edited by Jim Stanford and Leah F. Vosko, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
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]
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 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
  • Challenging the market: the struggle to regulate work and income
  • 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,
  • Jim Stanford,
  • 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
  • Leah F. Vosko
  • 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
  • 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
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 387 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)180773047
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10132838
Label
Challenging the market : the struggle to regulate work and income, edited by Jim Stanford and Leah F. Vosko, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
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]
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 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
  • Challenging the market: the struggle to regulate work and income
  • 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,
  • Jim Stanford,
  • 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
  • Leah F. Vosko
  • 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
  • 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
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 387 p.
Form of item
electronic
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)180773047
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10132838

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