Mercados de trabalho e hibridização: uniformidade e diferenças entre França e Brasil
This paper intends to problematize recent interpretations that admit a process of "brazilinization" of the North, starting from the tendencies of the job markets. In the center of our discussion is the hibridization concept, as a category capable of capturing the different ways of flexibilization endured by the job markets and to build a comparison on the recent performance of the job markets in Brazil and France. This paper is structured in five steps. In the first of them, we make an analysis of the nature of globalization; in the second, we discuss the specificity of the job market as well as the social and political conditions of its regulation in each of the realities in analysis; in the third, we introduce the hibridization concept that captures the effects of flexibilization and of the precarization of the job market or markets. In the fourth, we associate job markets and hibridization to evidence that the job market uniformity that exists between North and South, or more precisely, between France and Brazil, is configured by the prevalence of the wages as the dominant form of insertion in the job markets; however, the hibridization in the job markets in France and in Brazil is of different nature, volume and consequences.
|Date of creation:||2007|
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|Publication status:||Published in Caderno CRH, 2007, Vol. 20, no. 51|
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