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Precarious employment among South Korean women: Is inequality changing with time?

Bibliographic reference Bonneuil, Noël ; Kim, Younga. Precarious employment among South Korean women: Is inequality changing with time?. In: The Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol. 28, no.1, p. 20-40 (2017)
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