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    Miriam Abu Sharkh
    CDDRL Working Papers, 2009

    Using People's Security data from three countries, Argentina, Brazil and Chile, the article examines which objective and subjective work place factors increase work satisfaction.

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    Working Paper

    Miriam Abu Sharkh, Ian Gough
    CDDRL Working Papers, 2009

    This paper tests the claim that a small number of distinct „welfare regimes,
    combining institutional patterns and social welfare outcomes, can be identified
    across the developing world. It develops a methodology for clustering a large
    number of developing countries, identifying and ranking their welfare regimes,
    assessing their stability over the decade 1990-2000, and relating these to important
    structural variables. It identifies three meta-welfare regimes: proto-welfare state

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    Working Paper

    Miriam Abu Sharkh
    CDDRL Working Papers, 2009

    When and why do nation states pass labour market non-discrimination legislation for women? Using world society and social movement theory, this paper examines the effect of international and domestic influences on domestic legislation via an event history analysis from 1958 to 2005. Special attention is paid to the conventions and declarations of the United Nation`s (UN) agency for work, the International Labour Organization (ILO).

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