Introduction 1: The Male Breadwinner/Female Caregiver Gender Contract in Early National and International Labour Regulation 2: The Construction and Consolidation of the Standard Employment Relationship in International Labour Regulation 3: The Partial Eclipse of the SER and the Dynamics of SER-Centrism in International Labour Regulations 4: Regulating Part-time Employment: Equal Treatment and its Limits 5: Regulating Temporary Employment: Equal Treatment, Qualified 6: Self-Employment and the Regulation of the Employment Relationship: From Equal Treatment to Effective Protection 7: Alternatives to the SER Appendices and Bibliographies
Leah F. Vosko is Professor of Political Science and Canada Research Chair in Feminist Political Economy at York University, where she teaches comparative political economy, public policy, and women and politics. She is the author of Temporary Work: The Gendered Rise of a Precarious Employment Relationship (University of Toronto Press, 2000), editor of Precarious Employment: Understanding Labour Market Insecurity in Canada, and co-author of Self-Employed Workers Organize: Law, Policy and Unions (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006 and 2005 respectively).
An invaluable contribution... This integrated approach (linking citizenship, employment norms and gender relations) is so rare because it is so complex, and most significantly it allows us to think about labour market regulations in terms of the actors involved. * Work, Employment, and Society *