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Assessing Green Potential and Readiness: The Case of the Electronic Sector
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Assessing Green Potential and Readiness: The Case of the Construction Sector
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Labor and Employment Implications of a Cooperation and Development Agreement: The Case of the Republic of the Philippines-European Union Partnership and Cooperation Agreement
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Examining Migrant Friendliness of Emergent Markets for OFWs: The Case of the Argentine Republic
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Determinants of Green Potential And Readiness: A Framework for Sectroal Analysis
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Diplomacy as an Organizing Principle of Labor Market Governance: An RP Perspective
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Examining Migrant Friendliness of Emergent Markets for OFWs: A Framework for Analysis
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Alternative Pathways: Toward Charting an Actionable Framework for YOUTH EMPLOYMENT & MIGRATION
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Examining Service Intensity of DOLE Programs: The Location Quotient as Methodology
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Inclusive Growth & Decent Work: Toward Framing the Labor & Employment Strategy for the Medium-Term
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The Philippines’ Selective Deployment Strategy and its Implications for Employment: The Case of HSW Deployment to KSA
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PJEPA-MNP in Focus: Is PH Getting a Fair Deal?
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Employment in a Plastic Bag: Linking Environment and Employment Policies and Outcomes
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Alternative Modes of Entry to the Global Services Market: The Working Tourists, Au Pairs and Overseas Students in Focus
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Strengthening Adaption Through Migration: Outlining a Risk Reduction Response Framework to Climate-Induced Migration
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Enhancing DOLE Capacity in Regionial Trade Negotiations: Strategies and Information Needs
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Decent Work Perspective on Climate Change and Employment
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Assessing Green Potential and Readiness: The Case of the Automotive Sector
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Examining for Migrant Friendliness: The Case of the Republic of South Africa
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