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Title: Globalization, adjustment, and the challenge of inclusive growth : furthering inclusive growth and industrial upgrading in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam
Authors: EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
Intal Jr., Ponciano
Villamil, Winfred
Borromeo, Miguel Roberto
Keywords: LABOUR MARKET
INDUSTRIAL ADJUSTMENT
SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP
DISADVANTAGED LABOR
EMPLOYMENT VULNERABILITY
WELL-BEING OF LABOR
GLOBALIZATION
INDUSTRIAL ADAPTATION
LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
Date: 2010
Publisher: De La Salle University-Angelo King Institute, Manila, PH
Abstract: The research focuses on selected issues toward making globalization work for workers and firms with regard to inclusive growth and international competitiveness in three Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, the Philippines and Viet Nam. The program focuses on these countries because they face the most challenges in industrial upgrading and inclusive growth from globalization. Inclusive growth means broad based growth that benefits the widest number of people possible, with special consideration for the marginalized and already disadvantaged. The pursuit of inclusive growth will help to shape the design of policies and programs attendant to a process of economic integration.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/45037
Project Number: 104083
Project Title: Globalization, Adjustment and the Challenge of Inclusive Growth (Indonesia, Philippines and Viet Nam)
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