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The book identifies three central challenges to contemporary labour regulation: intensifying labour market fragmentation; complex interactions between labour market institutions; and obstacles to effective enforcement. International in scope, the volume includes chapters on both advanced economies (Europe and the United States) and the developing world (Argentina, Cambodia, South Africa and Viet Nam).

Publisher: International Labour Organization (ILO) in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary Material
pp. i-xix(19)
Authors: McCann, Dierdre; Lee, Sangheon; Belser, Patrick; Fenwick, Colin; Howe, John; Luebker, Malte

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Employment, Inequality and Minimum Wages in Argentina
pp. 85-125(41)
Author: Groisman, Fernando

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The Pay Equity Effects of Minimum Wages: A Comparative Industrial Relations Approach
pp. 126-158(33)
Authors: Grimshaw, Damian; Rubery, Jill; Bosch, Gerhard

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Models of Labour Enforcement: Necessary Indeterminacy
pp. 159-184(26)
Author: Willborn, Steven L.

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Regulations, Monitoring and Working Conditions: Evidence from Better Factories Cambodia and Better Work Vietnam
pp. 185-204(20)
Authors: Brown, Drusilla; Dehejia, Rajeev; Robertson, Raymond

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pp. 281-302(22)
Authors: McCann, Dierdre; Lee, Sangheon; Belser, Patrick; Fenwick, Colin; Howe, John; Luebker, Malte

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