A global regulatory new deal for precarious and informal workers
This dissertation is concerned with what regulatory strategies can best improve the conditions of the growing "precariat" or informal workforce. The growing incidence of precarious work is linked with increased inequality and heightened vulnerability. The thesis is concerned with the realm of regulation - hard laws, soft initiatives and other institutions that shape behaviour. Four case studies of informal work are conducted spanning poor, middle income and developed countries. Head load...[Show more]
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