Working time in transition : the dual task of standardization and flexibilization in China
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- Young Jo & Qing Wang, 2017. "The impact of maternal employment on children's adiposity: Evidence from China's labor policy reform," Health Economics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 26(12), pages 236-255, December.
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Keywordshours of work; flexible hours of work; urban area; trend; arrangement of working time; paid leave; labour legislation; comment; durée du travail; horaire de travail variable; zone urbaine; tendance; aménagement du temps de travail; congés payés; législation du travail; commentaire; horas de trabajo; horario de trabajo variable; zona urbana; tendencia; ordenamiento del tiempo de trabajo; vacaciones pagadas; legislación del trabajo; comentario;
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