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Using Public Procurement to Promote Better Labour Standards in Australia: A Case Study of Responsive Regulatory Design
The former Federal Coalition Government’s industrial relations reforms restricted the capacity of state governments to make labour law, inspiring them to consider more innovative ways of regulatingExpand
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Law and civil society in Cambodia and Vietnam: A gramscian perspective
Abstract Commentators have long struggled to understand state-society relations in Asia within the framework of the dominant liberal-democratic conceptualisation of civil society. This articleExpand
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'Light Touch' Labour Regulation by State Governments in Australia
Analysis of the role of the state in shaping industrial relations and employment practices has traditionally focused on labour law. Certainly, a key role of government has been to set labourExpand
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Labour and Labour-Related Laws in Micro and Small Enterprises: Innovative Regulatory Approaches
States face difficult policy choices in developing labour regulation for MSEs. They must balance the twin - and apparently competing - goals of improving job quality while promoting and rewardingExpand
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Labour law: A Southern African perspective
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Using public procurement to promote better labour standards: a case study of the Victorian Government schools contract cleaning program
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Federal Government’s Work Choices legislation has severely curtailed the capacity of State Governments to regulate labour practices directly by legislation. Of the possibleExpand
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Corporate Social Responsibility in Australia: A Review
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is currently one of the most discussed topics by business people and scholars alike. The concept has been enthusiastically supported by three very disparateExpand
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Work Choices in International Perspective
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The regulation of non-standard forms of employment in India, Indonesia and Viet Nam
The immediate concerns of this Study are with the legal regulation of non-standard employment in three countries: India, Indonesia and Viet Nam. The Study has been conducted in the context of a setExpand
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