From dualization to solidarity : Halting the cycle of precarity
Doellgast, V., Lillie, N., & Pulignano, V. (2018). From dualization to solidarity : Halting the cycle of precarity. In V. Doellgast, N. Lillie, & V. Pulignano (Eds.), Reconstructing Solidarity : Labour Unions, Precarious Work, and the Politics of Institutional Change in Europe (pp. 1-41). Oxford University Press.
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