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volume 68, number 2, February 2015

SPECIAL ISSUE:
Changing work, labour and employment relations in China
Guest Editors: Sarosh Kuruvilla and Eli Friedman


PODCAST: Changing work, labour and employment relations in China

Experimentation and decentralization in China’s labor relations
Eli Friedman and Sarosh Kuruvilla

China's 2008 Labor Contract Law: Implementation and implications for China’s workers
Mary Gallagher, John Giles, Albert Park, and Meiyan Wang

Explaining compliance: A multi-actor framework for understanding labour law compliance in China
Sunwook Chung

Chinese migrants' work experience and city identification: Challenging the underclass thesis
Stephen J Frenkel and Chongxin Yu

Humanized management? Capital and migrant labour in a time of labour shortage in South China
Susanne YP Choi and Yinni Peng

Working for two bosses: Student interns as constrained labour in China
Chris Smith and Jenny Chan

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Conceptualising flexible careers across the life course

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Global supply chains and social relations at work

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An 'emerging challenge': The employment practices of a Brazilian multinational company in Canada
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