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«THE THEORETICAL DEBATE ABOUT MINIMUM WAGES HANSJÖRG HERR MILKA KAZANDZISKA SILKE MAHNKOPF-PRAPROTNIK ISSN 1866-0541 ...»

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GLU | The Theoretical Debate about Minimum Wages Published GLU Working Papers No.1 Seeraj Mohamed; Economic Policy, Globalization and the Labour Movement: Changes in the Global Economy from the Golden Age to the Neoliberal Era, February 2008 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.1.pdf No.2 Birgit Mahnkopf; EU Multi-Level Trade Policy: Neither coherent nor development-friendly, February 2008 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.2.pdf No.3 Edward Webster, Christine Bischoff, Edlira Xhafa, Juçara Portilho Lins, Doreen D. Deane, Dan Hawkins, Sharit K. Bhowmik, Nitin More, Naoko Otani, Sunghee Park, Eustace I. James, Melisa Serrano, Verna D. Viajar, Ramon A. Certeza, Gaye Yilmaz, Bülend Karadağ, Tolga Toren, Elif Sinirlioğlu and Lyudmyla Volynets; Closing the Representation Gap in Micro and Small Enterprises, November 2008 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.3.pdf No.4 Max J. Zenglein; Marketization of the Chinese Labor Market and the Role of Unions, November 2008 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.4.pdf No.5 Wilfried Schwetz and Donna McGuire; FIFA World Cup 2006 Germany: An opportunity for union revitalisation? November 2008 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.5.pdf No.6 Hansjörg Herr, Milka Kazandziska, Silke Mahnkopf-Praprotnik;

The Theoretical Debate about Minimum Wages, February 2009 http://www.global-labouruniversity.org/fileadmin/GLU_Working_Papers/GLU_WP_No.6.pdf GLU | The Theoretical Debate about Minimum Wages The Global Labour University (GLU) www.global-labour-university.org is a network of universities, trade unions, research institutes, NGOs and foundations in order to develop and implement university post graduate programmes on labour and globalization for trade unionists and other labour experts;

undertake joint research and organize international discussion fora on global labour issues;

publish textbooks, research and discussion papers on labour and globalization issues.

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Central Única dos Trabalhadores (CUT) / Observatorio Social, Brazil Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), South Africa Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB) / DGB Bildungswerk, Germany European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) Fachhochschule für Wirtschaft Berlin (FHW), Germany Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), Germany Global Union Research Network (GURN) Global Unions (GU) Hans-Böckler-Stiftung (HBS), Germany Industriegewerkschaft Metall (IG Metall), Germany International Federation of Workers' Education Associations (IFWEA) International Institute for Labour Studies (IILS), ILO International Labour Organisation (ILO) / Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV) National Labour and Economic Development Institute (Naledi), South Africa Ruskin College, Oxford, U.K.

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, India Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil Universität Kassel, Germany University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Global Labour University e. V.

University of Kassel Department of Social Sciences – Fachbereich 5 – Nora-Platiel-Str. 1 34127 Kassel E-mail: glu.workingpapers@uni-kassel.de



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