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Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining: Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency

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Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining : Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency. / Novitz, Tonia.

Collective Bargaining and Collective Action: Labour Agency and Governance in the 21st Century?. ed. / Julia Lopez Lopez. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2019. p. 119-143 (Onati International Series in Law and Society).

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Harvard

Novitz, T 2019, Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining: Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency. in J Lopez Lopez (ed.), Collective Bargaining and Collective Action: Labour Agency and Governance in the 21st Century?. Onati International Series in Law and Society, Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 119-143.

APA

Novitz, T. (2019). Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining: Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency. In J. Lopez Lopez (Ed.), Collective Bargaining and Collective Action: Labour Agency and Governance in the 21st Century? (pp. 119-143). (Onati International Series in Law and Society). Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Vancouver

Novitz T. Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining: Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency. In Lopez Lopez J, editor, Collective Bargaining and Collective Action: Labour Agency and Governance in the 21st Century?. Oxford: Hart Publishing. 2019. p. 119-143. (Onati International Series in Law and Society).

Author

Novitz, Tonia. / Exploring Multi-Level Collective Bargaining : Transnational Legal Frameworks that Promote Worker Agency. Collective Bargaining and Collective Action: Labour Agency and Governance in the 21st Century?. editor / Julia Lopez Lopez. Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2019. pp. 119-143 (Onati International Series in Law and Society).

Bibtex

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