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The link between ICT and the demand for high-skilled labour is due to the fact that the introduction of digital technologies alters the skill requirements of occupations in three main ways (Spitz.
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Operational Procedures for Remediation of Child Labour in Industrial Contexts 3 | Page INTRODUCTION Child labour is a complex and growing problem across global supply chains.
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Market potential in China's mega-cities is inversely related to growth for smaller cities and rural communities, while medium-sized cities have positive spread effects. It is concluded that China's urban-centric process should be re-evaluated because it may not maximize aggregate growth, and growth in the mega-cities may reduce growth by: Read the latest articles of Labour Economics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature Pages (June ) Download full issue.
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EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF LABOUR MARKET REFORMS “AT THE MARGIN” ON UNEMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT STABILITY: THE SPANISH CASE* F. Alfonso Arellano† Universidad Carlos III de Madrid November, ABSTRACT This study analyses the effects on unemployment and the quality of employment of the Spanish labour market reform in for the.This new edition in full colour has been updated and extended to pages.
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