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Employment systems in transition? : a comparative analysis of Britain and Australia / Dr. Janet Walsh
Bib ID 1319578
Format BookBook
Author
Walsh, Janet
 
Description Parkville, Vic. : Department of Management and Industrial Relations, University of Melbourne, [1996] 
20 pages ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper (University of Melbourne. Department of Management and Industrial Relations) no. 99

Notes

Includes biblipgraphic references (p.18-20)

Subjects Labor market -- Australia.  |  Labor market -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors University of Melbourne. Department of Management and Industrial Relations

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