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The Triple Absence of Labour Rights:Triangular Labour Relations and Informalisationin the Construction and Garment Sectors in Delhi and Shanghai.

@inproceedings{Lerche2017TheTA,
  title={The Triple Absence of Labour Rights:Triangular Labour Relations and Informalisationin the Construction and Garment Sectors in Delhi and Shanghai.},
  author={Jens Lerche and Alessandra Mezzandri and Dae-oup Chang and P. Ngai and Ku Huilin and Liu Ai-yu and R. Srivastava},
  year={2017}
}
The informalised character of labour relations is an overarching theme within studies of labour relations in the Global South. Some scholars emphasise the commonalities in labour processes and labour conditions created by flexibilisation and informalisation while others focus on the specifics of such relations. The aim here is to take the specifics of informalised labour relations as a prism through which to understand general aspects of labour relations in the South. 
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