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Agassi, Judith Buber, Stephen Heycock.
The Redesign of Working Time: Promise or Threat?
Ajayi-Obe, O., S. C. Parker.
The Changing Nature of Work Among the Self-Employed in the 1990s: Evidence From Britain.
Akyeampong, Ernest.
Flexible Work Arrangements.
Allen, John, Nick Henry.
Ulrich Beck's Risk Society at Work: Labour and Employment in the Contract Service Industries.
Appelbaum, Eileen, Thomas Bailey, Peter Berg, Arne L. Kalleberg.
Shared Work-Valued Care: New Norms For Organizing Market Work and Unpaid Care Work.
Arat-Koc, Sedef, Meg Luxton, Harriet Gail Rosenberg.
Through the Kitchen Window: The Politics of Home and Family.
Barker, Kathleen, Kathleen Christensen.
Contingent Work: American Employment Relations in Transition.
Benimadhu, Prem.
Hours of Work: Trends and Attitudes in Canada.
Bernhardt, A., J. DeFillippis, S. McGarth.
Unregulated Work in the Global City: Employment and Labor Law Violations in New York City.
Beynon, H., D. Grimshaw, J. Rubery, K. Ward.
Working Time, Industrial Relations and the Employment Relationship.
Boreham, Paul, Richard Hall, Bill Harley, Gillian Whitehouse.
Labour Flexibility and Gender in the Service Sector: A Study of Employment Practices in Law and Accounting Firms.
Bos, Wim.
More Women Economically Independent.
Bosch, G.
Working Time and the Standard Employment Relationship.
Bosch, G.
Working Time: Tendencies and Emerging Issues.
Boulin, Jean-Yves.
Local Time Policies in Europe.
Bowen, Chantal, Helena Cynamon.
A Balancing Act [videorecording]: Family and Work in the 90's.
Burgess, John, Alex de Ruyter.
Growing Labour Insecurity in Australia and the UK in the Midst of Job Growth: Beware the Anglo-Saxon Model.
Burri, Susanne D.
Precarious Work, Women and the New Economy.
Burri, Susanne D.
Working Time For Working Families: Europe and the United States.
Burri, Susanne D.
Tijd Delen. Deeltijd, Gelijkheid en Gender in Europees en Nationaalrechtelijk Perspectief (Sharing Time, Part-Time Work, Equality and Gender in a European and National Legal Perspective).

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