Social Protection in the Informal Economy: Home Based Women Workers and Outsourced Manufacturing in Asia

Summary: This paper examines the social
protection needs of women workers
in this sector, and also argues for
public action to
promote such work as a possible
new labour-intensive growth
strategy in these and other
developing countries.


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