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close this bookJob Quality and Small Enterprise Development - Working Paper No. 4 (ILO, 1999, 35 p.)
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View the documentForeword
View the documentExecutive Summary
close this folder1.0 Introduction
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View the document1.1 Definition of job quality
close this folder2.0 Description of the situation
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View the document2.1 The aggregate picture
View the document2.2 The disaggregated picture
View the document2.3 Quality as a basis for competition
close this folder3.0 Practical experiences
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View the document3.1 Changing demands and prerequisites for inter-firm trade
View the document3.2 Internal enterprise transitions
View the document3.3 The community context
close this folder4.0 Lessons from practical experience
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View the document4.1 Increasing training and knowledge
View the document4.2 Integrating competitiveness with qualitative conditions
View the document4.3 Promoting self-help associations and collective solutions
View the document4.4 Developing enabling regulatory environments
View the document4.5 Towards a local, integrated and holistic approach
View the document5.0 Main findings and conclusions
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InFocus Programme on Boosting Employment through Small Enterprise Development (IFP/SED)
Job Creation and Enterprise Department

Series on Job Quality in Micro and Small Enterprise Development


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First published 1999

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