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Over the last five centuries, the world has come to know Europeans as voracious consumers of colonial products. Right from the beginning of the 'European encounter', systems of production in the... [Project]
The International Research Programme on Changing Labour Relations in Asia (1998-2003) aimed to build a comparative and historical understanding of labour relations in different parts of Asia. The... [Project]
For the first time, this book provides the global history of labor in Central Eurasia, Russia, Europe, and the Indian Ocean between the sixteenth and the twentieth centuries.It contests common views... [Publication]
The history of the forms of “free” labour is intimately linked to that of coerced labour. In this book, worldwide acknowledged specialists of Russia, China, Russia, Japan, India, the Indian Ocean,... [Publication]
Asian economies and societies have attracted close attention from policy makers, international development institutions and researchers during the post-war era. There is a multitude of reasons for... [Publication]
Asian Labour: A Debate on Culture, Consciousness and Representations(Papers based on the Manila workshop, 23-25 October 1997)Prabhu Mohapatra - Asian Labour: Culture, Consciousness and... [Publication]
Contents1. Introduction2. Female Labour Participation2.1 Female Participation Rates2.2 Determinants of Female Labour Force Participation2.3 Other Constraints on Female Participation in the Labour... [Publication]
In the first volume of the new book series Changing Labour Relations in Southeast Asia, that the IISH publishes with RoutledgeCurzon, fifteen contributions deal with labour issues in twentieth-... [Publication]
Labour Migration in Asia(Papers based on the Manila workshop, 23-25 October 1997)Jan Breman - Suggestions for a Research AgendaOtto van den Muijzenberg - Migrant Labour Brokerage and the Road to... [Publication]
Sugar was the single most valuable bulk commodity traded internationally before oil became the world’s prime resource. From the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, cane sugar production was pre-... [Publication]