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Managing the margins: gender, citizenship, and the international regulation of precarious employment.

Managing the margins: gender, citizenship, and the international regulation of precarious employment.
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Record Number 15504
ISBN 9780199575091 (pbk.)
Location 331.5 VOS
Author Vosko, Leah F.
Title Managing the margins: gender, citizenship, and the international regulation of precarious employment. [Book]
Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Collation 336 p.
Contents Note Machine generated contents note: Introduction -- Precarious Employment -- An Integrated Analysis -- The Normative Model of Employment -- The Gender Contract -- Citizenship Boundaries -- Regulations at Different Scales -- A Multi-Method Approach -- The Book in Brief -- 1.Forging a Gender Contract in Early National and International Labour Regulation -- Select National Developments, 1830s--1930s -- Hours and Night Work -- Wages -- Dangerous Substances and Occupations -- Maternity Protection -- International Developments, 1870s--1919 -- Consensus and Contestation around Protecting Women, 1878--1913 -- The Consolidation of Female Caregiving and the Birth of the ILO, 1919 -- Preparing the Ground for the SER -- 2.Constructing and Consolidating the Standard Employment Relationship in International Labour Regulation -- Constructing the Pillars of the SER: The Interwar and Immediate Postwar Years -- The Bilateral Employment Relationship -- Standardized Working Time --
Contents note continued: Continuous Employment -- Reinforcing the Pillars: Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining -- Migrant Work -- Stripping the SER of its Exclusions: The Era of Formal Equality -- Equal Remuneration, Maternity, and Social Security -- Non-Discrimination -- The Resilience of the Baseline -- 3.The Partial Eclipse of the SER and the Dynamics of SER-Centrism in International Labour Regulations -- A Portrait of the SER in Australia, Canada, the EU 15, and the United States, 1980s--2006 -- The Declining Significance of Full-Time Permanent Employment -- The Expansion of Non-Standard Employment -- SER-Centrism at the Margins of Late-Capitalist Labour Markets -- Continuing Adjustments to the Crumbling Gender Contract, 1975--1990 -- Consolidating a Multi-Tiered Framework for Migrant Workers' Protection -- The Social Declaration (1998) and `Decent Work' (1999, 2008) -- Regulating Part-Time, Fixed-Term, Temporary Agency Work, and Self-Employment --
Contents note continued: 4.Regulating Part-Time Employment: Equal Treatment and its Limits -- The Deterioration of Standardized Working Time -- SER-Centric Responses to Precariousness in Part-Time Employment: The ILO Convention on Part-Time Work (1994) -- Regulating Part-Time Employment in Australia -- The Management of the Margins of the Australian Labour Market -- Dynamics of Part-Time Casual Employment in Australia: Gendered Precariousness -- Strategies for Limiting Precariousness amongst Part-Time Workers in Australia -- `Work Choices' -- The Australian Labor Patty: Working with Work Choices -- Lessons from Australia and Alternative Possibilities -- 5.Regulating Temporary Employment: Equal Treatment, Qualified -- The Erosion of the Open-Ended Employment Relationship -- SER-Centric Responses to Precarlousness in Temporary Employment in the EU -- European Employment Policy Framing Directives on Fixed-Term and Temporary Agency Work --
Contents note continued: The EU Directive on Fixed-Term Work (1999) -- Regulating Temporary Agency Work in the EU 15 -- National Regulations in the EU 15, Mid-1970s--Early 2000s -- Contemporary Dynamics of Temporary Agency Work in the EU 15 -- EU-Level Attempts at Regulating Temporary Agency Work, 2000--2008 -- The Directive on Temporary Agency Work (2008) -- Lessons from the EU 15 and Alternative Possibilities -- 6.Self-Employment and the Regulation of the Employment Relationship: From Equal Treatment to Effective Protection -- The Destabllization of the Employment Relationship at the Crux of the SER -- SER-Centric Responses to Precariousness in Work for Remuneration at Cusp of the Employment Relationship: ILO Actions, 1990--2006 -- The ILO Recommendation on the Employment Relationship (2006) -- Approaches to Regulating Self-Employment in Industrialized Market Economy Countries -- Maximizing Enterprise Work: The Australian Case --
Contents note continued: Promoting Entrepreneurship and Protecting Economically Dependent Workers: EU Approaches -- Lessons from Industrialized Market Economy Countries and Alternative Possibilities -- 7.Alternatives to the SER -- Why there is No Returning to the SER -- A Tiered SER -- A `Flexible SER' -- `Beyond Employment' -- Towards an Alternative Imaginary.
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