Edited by Gregor Gall
Chapter 2: A theoretical framework for labour, work and employment research
This chapter develops a broad-based and integrative conceptual framework for studying labour, work and employment, anchored on labour, work and employment’s most distinctive and important institution, the employment (wage-labour) relationship, and uses as structural scaffolding the industrial relations frames of reference model.
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