Workplace (in)justice, law and labour resistance in Vietnam
The limitations of the Labour Code and its implementation in Vietnam have been identified by scholars as the main reasons for the phenomenon of wildcat strikes since the country’s economic opening in the early 1990s. Yet there has been little analysis concerning how workers themselves perceive the Labour Code and other aspects of labour law, and how labour law matters in workers’ resistance to workplace injustice. This thesis aims to fill this gap, addressing...[Show more]
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