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Labour and Production Relations

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Bibliographic reference Callorda Fossati, Ela. Labour and Production Relations. In: Eric Rougier & François Combarnous, The Diversity of Emerging Capitalisms in Developing Countries. Globalization, Institutional Convergence and Experimentation., Palgrave Macmillan  2017, p. 95–126
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