Working Papers

WP No. 30

Chong, P., LeBlanc, M., & Liu, A.: Legal Aid Ontario lawyers organizing against the odds: A case study of professional workers unionizing

WP No. 27

Karatepe, I. D., Scherrer, C., & Tizzot, H.: Mercosur-EU Agreement: Impact on Agriculture, Environment, and Consumers

WP No. 29

Rami, G.: Determinants and Forecasting of Female Labour Force Participation Rate in India: Testing of Feminization U hypothesis

WP No. 26

Munir, A., & Hensel, O.: Solar Thermal Energy Storage System using phase change material for uninterrupted on-farm agricultural processing and value addition

WP No. 25

Wichterich, C.: Care Extractivism and the Reconfi guration of Social Reproduction in Post-Fordist Economies

WP No. 24

Britwum, A. O., Akorsu, A. D., & Baidoo, L.: Women’s empowerment for sustainable rural livelihoods:: Voices from selected communities in Ghana

WP No. 23

Bhattacharya, T.: Farmers in Peri-Urban Regions: Socio-Economic Changes and Access to Finance Study for Indian Economy

WP No. 22

Tören, T.: Documentation Report: Syrian Refugees in the Turkish Labour Market

WP No. 21

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Rajeev, M., & Nagendran, P.: Decency of primary occupations in the Indian fishing industry

WP No. 20

Jha, P.: India’s macroeconomic policy regime and challenges of employment: some reflections on the manufacturing sector

WP No. 19

Rajeev, M., & Vani, B. P.: Self-help groups for India’s financial inclusion: Do effective costs of borrowing limit their operation?

WP No. 18

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Kumari, T.: Microfinance through Women Self-Help Groups (SHGs) for Grass-root level Empowerment: An Empirical study of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

WP No. 17

Sekher, M., & Chakraborty, S.: Politics of public policies in India: Explaining the institutional internalization of inequality in policy legislation

WP No. 16

Baah-Boateng, W.: Economic growth and employment generation nexus: Insight from Ghana

WP No. 15

Rajeev, M., Bhattacharjee, M., & Vani, B. P.: Crop Insurance and Risk Mitigation: Experiences from India: The International Center for Development and Decent Work

WP No.14

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Kranjac-Berisavljevic, G.: Transformations of traditional landuse systems and their effects on development opportunities and people’s livelihoods in Northern Ghana

WP No. 13

Withanachchi, S. S.: (Re) configuration of Water Resources Management in Mongolia. A Critical Geopolitical Analysis

WP No.12

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Bhattacharya, T., & Rajeev, M.: Identifying employment creating sectors in India: An analysis of input-output linkages

WP No. 11

Schützhofer, T. B.: Can Decent Work and Export Oriented Growth Strategies Go Together?: Lessons from Nicaragua's Export Processing Zones

WP No. 10

Erbach, J.: The Decency of Women's Working Conditions in Peri-urban Dairy Buffalo Production Systems in the District Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan

WP No. 9

Younas, M.: The dairy value chain: a promoter of development and employment in Pakistan

WP No. 8

Bhattacharjee, M., & Rajeev, M.: Credit exclusion of the poor: A study of cultivator households in India

WP No. 7

Aufderheide, M.: Decent Work?: How Self-employed Pastoralists and Employed Herders on Ranches Perceive Their Working Conditions

WP No. 6:

Beck, S.: Sozial verantwortliche Beschaffung von Informationstechnik

WP No. 5

Burchardt, H. J., & Weinmann, N.: Social Inequality and Social Policy outside the OECD: A New Research Perspective on Latin America

WP No. 4

Sinaga, H., & Scherrer, C.: Core Labor Rights: Competitive Pressures and Non-compliance

WP No. 3

Marchetti, S.: Together?: on the not-so-easy relationship between Italian labour organisations and migrant domestic workers' groups

WP No.2

Hagmann, J.: Opportunities and constraints of peri-urban buffalo and dairy cattle systems in Faisalabad, Punjab, Pakistan

WP No.1

Webster, E.: Work and Economic Security in the 21st century: What can we learn from Ela Bhatt?