Acar, Sevil
September 2009
E-Cadernos CES;2009, Issue 5, p91
Academic Journal
This study attempts to identify the evolution of labor markets paying specific attention to female labor in the developing world and to its relationship with recent trends of globalized production, investment and trade. This is an inductive study which uses summarized statistics, tables and figures to provide an understanding of the developing world labor markets in the era of globalization and economic integration.


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