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Analyse comparative de la mise en oeuvre du droit à l'égalité de rémunération : modèles et impacts

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  • Chicha, Marie-Thérèse.

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Etudie les avantages et les coûts induits par la promotion de l'égalité de rémunération de sorte à éclairer les politiques et inciter les employeurs à s'attaquer à la discrimination raciale fondée sur le sexe.

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  • Chicha, Marie-Thérèse., 2006. "Analyse comparative de la mise en oeuvre du droit à l'égalité de rémunération : modèles et impacts," ILO Working Papers 993920333402676, International Labour Organization.
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