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Handbook of Employment and Society

Handbook of Employment and Society

Working Space

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Edited by Susan McGrath-Champ, Andrew Herod and Al Rainnie

This Handbook deepens and extends the engagement between research concerned with work and employment and labour geography. It links fundamental concepts concerning the politics of place that human geographers have developed in recent years with the world of work.

Section 3.1: Labour Institutions in Space and Place

Edited by Susan McGrath-Champ, Andrew Herod and Al Rainnie

Subjects: business and management, human resource management, organisation studies, geography, human geography, social policy and sociology, comparative social policy, labour policy



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