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|Atlin, Joan, Bob Jeffcott, Deena Ladd, Lynda Yanz. |
Policy Options to Improve Standards For Women Garment Workers in Canada and Internationally.
|Cohen, Marcy. |
The Feminization of the Labour Market: Prospects For the 1990s.
|Coy, Robert, Saul Rubinstein, Michael Shay. |
Collaborative Restructuring Efforts: Textile and Apparel Labor-Management Innovation Network, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
|Fernandez Kelly, Patricia M. |
International Development and Industrial Restructuring: The Case of Garment and Electronic Industries in Southern California.
|Fernandez-Kelly, Maria Patricia, Saskia Sassen. |
Recasting Women in the Global Economy: Internationalization and Changing Definitions of Gender.
|Herman, Alexis. |
Protecting America's Garment Workers: A Monitoring Guide.
|Leach, Belinda. |
Flexible Work, Precarious Future: Some Lessons From the Canadian Clothing Industry.
|Marquez, Benjamin. |
Organizing Mexican-American Women in the Garment Industry: La Mujer Obrera.
|Mitter, Swasti. |
Common Fate, Common Bond: Women in the Global Economy.
|Taran, Patrick A. |
Globalization, Migration and the Rule of Law: Roles and Challenges For International Organizations.
|Taylor, Barbara. |
'The Men Are as Bad as Their Masters...': Socialism, Feminism, And Sexual Antagonism in the London Tailoring Trade in the Early 1830s.
|United States Employment Standards Administration. |
No Sweat: Garment Enforcement Report October 1995 - March 1996.
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