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01.01 job change/mobility
. . .01.01.01 geographical mobility
. . .01.01.01 mobility of workers
. . .01.01.02 foreign worker
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.02 immigration
. . .01.01.03 career
. . .01.01.03 job change?
. . .01.01.03 employee recruitment
. . .01.01.04 free movement of workers
01.02 professional personnel
. . .01.02.01 public employee
. . .01.02.02 service industries
. . .01.02.03 teachers
. . .01.02.04 industrial worker
. . .01.02.05 care assistants, nurse
. . .01.02.06 building and construction worker
01.03 workforce diversity
. . .01.03.01 white collar workers
. . .01.03.01 highly-educated
. . .01.03.01 skilled/qualified worker
. . .01.03.01 blue collar concept
. . .01.03.01 unskilled worker
. . .01.03.01 white collar concept/salaried worker
. . .01.03.01 apprentice
. . .01.03.02 retired person, retirement
. . .01.03.02 elderly people, seniors
. . .01.03.03 youth
. . .01.03.03 child workers
. . .01.03.04 ethnicity, immigration
01.04 gender
. . .01.04.01 mainstreaming
. . .01.04.01 gender equality
. . .01.04.02 women, conditions; women's work
01.05 self employment
. . .01.05.01 free-lance
. . .01.05.02 telework
. . .01.05.02 teleworking
. . .01.05.03 teleworking/distance work/homeworking
. . .01.05.04 atypical conditions of employment
01.06 social exposed groups
. . .01.06.01 social inclusive labour market
. . .01.06.01 social responsibility, enterprise
. . .01.06.01 equal opportunity
. . .01.06.01 ethics
. . .01.06.02 people with disabilities
01.07 collective conditions, special
. . .01.07.01 worker, working class
. . .01.07.01 working class lore
. . .01.07.02 solidarity
. . .01.07.03 organisational culture
01.08 family, leisure time
. . .01.08.01 family affairs
. . .01.08.01 parental
. . .01.08.02 leasure/spare time
Articles in T2M Yearbook:

Søren Kaj Andersen: Temporary Agency Workers between Flexibility and Security

Anders Raastrup Kristensen: Three types of flexibility

Anders Raastrup Kristensen: Three types of flexibility

Ole H. Sørensen: Technology and work in Danish call centres

Ann Westenholz og David Metz: Employee identity in ‘temporary and scattered’ work practices

Jørgen Steen Madsen: New Wage between individualisation and collective bargaining

Claus Elmholdt: Knowing and the need for control in knowledge work

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Books:

Simon C. Parker: The economics of self-employment and entrepreneurship

Ronnie Graham: Temporary Agency Work and the Information Society

Berthold Vogel: Leiharbeit

Kerstin Ahlberg, Brian Bercusson, Niklas Bruun, Haris Kountouros, Christophe Vigneau og Loredana Zappalà: Transnational labour regulation

Federica Ricceri: Intellectual capital and knowledge management

A. Aneesh: Virtual migration

Julia Connell og John Burgess: Developments in the call centre industry

Roger Blanpain: European framework agreements and telework

Pamela J. Hinds og Sara Kiesler: Distributed Work

Ronnie Graham: Temporary Agency Work and the Information Society

Viviane Illegems og Alain Verbeke: Moving towards the virtual workplace

Penny Gurstein: Wired to the world, chained to the home

Ole Bergström og Donald Storrie: Contingent Employment

Isik Urla Zeytinoglu: Flexible Work Arrangements

Alan Felstead, Nick Jewson og Sally Waters: Changing Places of Work

Els Sol og Mies Westerveld: Contractualism in employment services

Judy Fudge og Rosemary Owens: Precarious work, women, and the new economy

Daniel Muzio, Stephen Acroyd og Jean-Francois Chanlat: Redirections in the study of expert labour

Ulrike Muehlberger: Dependent self-employment

Berndt Keller og Hartmut Seifert: Atypische Beschäftigung