New Forms of Dualization? Labour Market Segmentation Patterns in the UK from the Late 90s Until the Post-crisis in the Late 2000s

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Yoon, Yeosun; Chung, Heejung;
(2015)

There has been an increase in literature that examines the patterns of dualization in labour markets across different welfare states. However, rarely do these studies empirically explore how labour markets are divided. Rather they assume a certain type of division to ex... View more
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