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International Labour Review. Vol. 155 No. 2, June 2016

By: International Labour Office.
Material type: materialTypeLabelContinuing resourceAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Switzerland: ILO, 2016Description: 24 cm.ISSN: 00207780.Subject(s): Labour | Labour Economics | Labour MarketOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
1. The manufacturing–services dynamic in economic development (pages 171–199)/David KUCERA and Leanne RONCOLATO, 2. Technology, offshoring and the task content of occupations in the United Kingdom (pages 201–230)/ Semih AKÇOMAK, Suzanne KOK and Hugo ROJAS-ROMAGOSA, 3. ICTs and labour productivity growth in sub-Saharan Africa (pages 231–252)/Evelyn WAMBOYE, Abel ADEKOLA and Bruno SERGI, 4. Long-term employment intensity of sectoral output growth in Tunisia (pages 253–263)/ Seifallah SASSI and Mohamed GOAIED, 5. Measuring employment vulnerability in Europe (pages 265–280)/ Rémi BAZILLIER, Cristina BOBOC and Oana CALAVREZO, 6. The rights of migrant workers: Economics, politics and ethics (pages 281–296)/Martin RUHS, 7. The impact of remittances from Canada's seasonal workers programme on Mexican farms (pages 297–314)/Lidia CARVAJAL GUTIÉRREZ and Thomas G. JOHNSON, 8. Employer attitudes towards refugee immigrants: Findings from a Swedish survey (pages 315–337)/Per LUNDBORG and Per SKEDINGER.
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1. The manufacturing–services dynamic in economic development (pages 171–199)/David KUCERA and Leanne RONCOLATO, 2. Technology, offshoring and the task content of occupations in the United Kingdom (pages 201–230)/
Semih AKÇOMAK, Suzanne KOK and Hugo ROJAS-ROMAGOSA, 3. ICTs and labour productivity growth in sub-Saharan Africa (pages 231–252)/Evelyn WAMBOYE, Abel ADEKOLA and Bruno SERGI, 4. Long-term employment intensity of sectoral output growth in Tunisia (pages 253–263)/
Seifallah SASSI and Mohamed GOAIED, 5. Measuring employment vulnerability in Europe (pages 265–280)/
Rémi BAZILLIER, Cristina BOBOC and Oana CALAVREZO, 6. The rights of migrant workers: Economics, politics and ethics (pages 281–296)/Martin RUHS, 7. The impact of remittances from Canada's seasonal workers programme on Mexican farms (pages 297–314)/Lidia CARVAJAL GUTIÉRREZ and Thomas G. JOHNSON, 8. Employer attitudes towards refugee immigrants: Findings from a Swedish survey (pages 315–337)/Per LUNDBORG and Per SKEDINGER.

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