The great transformation in the global labour market

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2012 Number 51

The great transformation in the global labour market
Phillip Brown, Hugh Lauder, pages -

Abstract

The global auction for jobs means that many university educated workers are finding themselves in a competition for cut-priced brainpower.

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Phillip Brown, Hugh Lauder (2012) The great transformation in the global labour market, Soundings, 2012(51), -

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