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Kea Tijdens

Denis Gregory is an economist and Director of the Trade Union Research Unit in Oxford. For many years he taught international labour and trade union studies at Ruskin College, UK. He has participated in a variety of European Research projects and has written extensively in the fields of labour relations and work organisation. His research interests include collective bargaining, work organisation and dialogue based approaches to labour relations. He has acted as a consultant to trade unions in the motor industry and maritime sectors. He co-edited Strategic Unionism and Partnership: Boxing or Dancing 2004

Maarten van Klaveren is an economist and Researcher at the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AAIS), Netherlands. His research interests include low wage work. He is co-editor of Low Wage Work in the Netherlands (2008). He has written widely on mining, electronics, transport and textiles and clothing. Recently he has written on the development of Suriname, South Korea and South Africa. He co-authored Empowering Women in Work in Developing Countries (2012).

Kea Tijdens is a sociologist and Researcher at the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AAIS), Netherlands. She is also Professor of Women and Work at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Netherlands. She is the scientific coordinator of the Wage Indicator Web survey on wages and working conditions. She has co-ordinated several European research projects and has current research interests in women in the labour market, part time working and the gender pay gap. She co-authored Empowering Women in Work in Developing Countries (2012).

Works

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The Multinational Companies and Domestic Firms in Europe
Comparing Wages, Working Conditions and Industrial Relations

Palgrave Macmillan
Globalisation is one of the most heavily debated present-day phenomena and has been widely covered by books, papers and journal articles. Nevertheless, the...
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Empowering Women in Work in Developing Countries

Palgrave Macmillan
Presents the outcomes of a major 14-country project aimed at empowering girls and young women. Provides a discussion of their choices in life, comparing...
Kea Tijdens

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