Free Trade and the Future of Women's Work: Manufacturing and Service Industries
This important book makes a major contribution to the free trade debate. It is the first study to examine the impact of free trade on specific groups of workers, and to analyse the effect on the service sector.
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Free Trade and Womens Employment in Manufacturing
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