Precarious Employment, Education and Gender: A comparison of Germany and the United Kingdom
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- Anna Kim;Ki-Wan Kim, 2003. "Returns to Tertiary Education in Germany and the UK: Effects of Fields of Study and Gender," MZES Working Papers 62, MZES.
- Martin Olsthoorn, 2014. "Measuring Precarious Employment: A Proposal for Two Indicators of Precarious Employment Based on Set-Theory and Tested with Dutch Labor Market-Data," Social Indicators Research: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal for Quality-of-Life Measurement, Springer, vol. 119(1), pages 421-441, October.
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Keywordsemployment policy; gender policy; Germany; globalization; industrial policy; industrial relations; institutions; liberalization; regulations; regulatory politics; sociology; U.K.; welfare state;
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