Dual Labor Market Theory and the Institutionalization of Farmers’ Markets: Marginalized Workers Adapting to Inhospitable Conditions in Louisiana

@article{Romanienko2001DualLM,
  title={Dual Labor Market Theory and the Institutionalization of Farmers’ Markets: Marginalized Workers Adapting to Inhospitable Conditions in Louisiana},
  author={Lisiunia A. Romanienko},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={359 - 373}
}
  • L. Romanienko
  • Published 1 July 2001
  • Economics
  • Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics
There has been some evidence to suggest that women and people of color have optimized their status as marginalized employees in a dual labor economy by institutionalizing their expanding participation in secondary labor market activity. To determine the validity of this claim, the author explores the historical antecedents of dual labor markets, describes the hegemonic patterns evident in industrialized nations that reflect bifurcated labor market patterns, examines the institutionalization of… 

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