Attitude of Chinese workers– (skilled and unskilled) – to labour standards
Primary socio-economic data. Collected in 2011 (unskilled workers) and late 2012 (skilled workers). The survey questions were about occupation, training, job security and attitudes to labour standards.
There were 40-50 responses. The factories were located at Hangzhau and Jinhua in Zhejiang province, which is about two hours’ from Shanghai. The data is in paper form. The questions were asked in Mandarin and the answers translated into English by the researcher.
The data was collected as part of an Australian Catholic University Faculty of Business mini-grant received in 2011 to research a project called Trade and the Distributional Politics of International Labour Standards.
Peter Faber Business School
Papadimos, A. (2011). Attitude of Chinese workers– (skilled and unskilled) – to labour standards.
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