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Gijsbert van Liemt

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First Name:Gijsbert
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Last Name:van Liemt
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RePEc Short-ID:pva14
Ystadsvägen 48 SE-12149 Johanneshov Sweden
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  1. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2014. "Business and initial vocational education and training in the Netherlands : a schematic overview," ILO Working Papers 994852523402676, International Labour Organization.
  2. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2014. "Employment relationships in arts and culture," ILO Working Papers 994858103402676, International Labour Organization.
  3. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2013. "Private employment agencies in the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden," ILO Working Papers 994838723402676, International Labour Organization.
  4. Harasty, Claire. & Tadjoeddin, Zulfan. & Pouchkin, Mikhail. & van Liemt, Gijsbert., 2012. "Towards more inclusive employment policy making : process and role of stakeholders in Indonesia, Nicaragua, Moldova and Uganda," ILO Working Papers 994790923402676, International Labour Organization.
  5. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2007. "Recent developments on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in information and communications technology (ICT) hardware manufacturing," ILO Working Papers 994050673402676, International Labour Organization.
  6. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2004. "Human trafficking in Europe : an economic perspective," ILO Working Papers 993747873402676, International Labour Organization.
  7. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2004. "Towards a different kind of globalization, or how the anti-globalists view the world," ILO Working Papers 993692993402676, International Labour Organization.
  8. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 2001. "The world tobacco industry : trends and prospects," ILO Working Papers 993525813402676, International Labour Organization.
  9. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 1999. "The world cut flower industry : trends and prospects," ILO Working Papers 993366463402676, International Labour Organization.
  10. Liemt, Gijsbert van., 1992. "Relocation and adjustment: four perspectives," ILO Working Papers 992869393402676, International Labour Organization.
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