Inclusive unions in a dualised labour market? The challenge of organising labour market policy and social protection for labour market outsiders
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Keywordstrade unions; dualisation; interests; ideas; atypical work; Italy;
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- NEP-IUE-2015-12-20 (Informal & Underground Economics)
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