Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead

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A common feature of recent reports on inequality (ILO, OECD, and IMF) is their recognition that inequalities may well emerge from mechanisms in the world of work. This special issue investigates the role of industrial relations and social policies to reduce inequalities. What industrial relations systems seem to perform better to limit and even reduce inequalities? How can social dialogue and social partners address wage inequality and other types of inequality - in the distribution of working time, access or re-access to jobs, training and career opportunities, and social protection and pensions? Do collective agreements help improve the situation of particular groups of workers, including women or young people, and certain types of work arrangements, such as part-time work, temporary work, or self-employment?

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