The Effects of Temporary Services and Contracting Out on Low-Skilled Workers: Evidence from Auto Suppliers, Hospitals, and Public Schools
In: Low-Wage America: How Employers Are Reshaping Opportunity in the Workplace
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This chapter was published in: Eileen Appelbaum & Annette Bernhardt & Richard J. Murnane (ed.) Low-Wage America: How Employers Are Reshaping Opportunity in the Workplace, Russell Sage Foundation, pages 368-403, 2003.
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temporary work; contingent work; contract work; auto suppliers; hospitals; schools;
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