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Task force: Gewerkschaften, Arbeitsmarktregulierung und Migration in China


  • von der Pütten, Jann Christoph (Ed.)
  • Göbel, Christian (Ed.)


Die vorliegende Publikation untersucht die gegenwärtigen Entwicklungen am chinesischen Arbeitsmarkt. Sie analysiert die Funktion chinesischer Gewerkschaften und die Rolle von Tarifverhandlungen im Lohnfindungsprozess, aber auch die grundlegende Frage, ob Chinas Reservoir an billigen Arbeitskräften langsam versiegt. Einer genaueren Betrachtung wird auch die Situation der ca. 180 Millionen Wanderarbeiterinnen und Wanderarbeiter in China unterzogen.

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  • von der Pütten, Jann Christoph (Ed.) & Göbel, Christian (Ed.), 2013. "Task force: Gewerkschaften, Arbeitsmarktregulierung und Migration in China," Working Papers on East Asian Studies 91/2013, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:udedao:912013

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