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A Conceptual Framework on Informal Work and Informal Worker Organizing

@inproceedings{Rosaldo2012ACF,
  title={A Conceptual Framework on Informal Work and Informal Worker Organizing},
  author={Manuel Rosaldo},
  year={2012}
}
  • Manuel Rosaldo
  • Published 2012
  • Introduction The following is a discussion document for Experiences in Organizing Informal Workers: A Comparative Investigation(EOIW), a transnational collaborative research project led by the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment. The project’s principal object of analysis is organizational forms and strategies used by informal workers to increase political voice, economic leverage, and social standing. To create a common language and context for this discussion, we must also… CONTINUE READING
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