Lifting the Blinkers: A New View of Power and Pover ty in Mozambican Rural Labour Markets

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  title={Lifting the Blinkers: A New View of Power and Pover ty in Mozambican Rural Labour Markets},
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  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
JOHN SENDER, CARLOS OYA AND CHRISTOPHER CRAMER (School of Oriental and African Studies, London) May 2006 ABSTRACT This paper presents some results from the largest r ural labour market survey yet conducted in Mozambique. Evidence from three provin ces shows that labour markets have a significant impact on the lives of a large n umber of poor people and that employers exercise considerable discretion in setti ng wages and conditions of casual, seasonal and permanent wage employment. The evidenc… CONTINUE READING

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