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Labor in a globalizing city [electronic resource] : economic restructuring in São Paulo, Brazil

Labor in a globalizing city [electronic resource] : economic restructuring in São Paulo, Brazil

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Buechler, Simone.
서명 / 저자사항
Labor in a globalizing city [electronic resource] : economic restructuring in São Paulo, Brazil / Simone Judith Buechler.
발행사항
Cham :   Springer International Publishing :   Imprint: Springer,   2014.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xiv, 340 p.) : col. ill.
총서사항
Urban and landscape perspectives ;16
ISBN
9783319016610
요약
The extraordinary stories of low-income women living in São Paulo, industrial case studies and the details of three squatter settlements, and communities in the periphery researched in Simone Buechler’s book, Labor in a Globalizing City, allow us to better understand the period of economic transformation in São Paulo from 1996 to 2003.  Buechler’s in-depth ethnographic research over a period of 17 years include interviews with a variety of social actors ranging from favela inhabitants to Wall Street bankers. Buechler examines the paradox of a globalizing city with highly developed financial, service, and industrial sectors, but at the same time a growing sector of microenterprises, degraded labor, considerable unemployment, unprecedented inequality, and precarious infrastructure in its low-income communities. The author argues that informalization and low-income women’s labor are an integral part of the global economy.  Other countries are continuing to use the same kind of neo-liberal economic model even though once again with the latest global financial crisis, it has proven to be detrimental to many workers.  
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Introduction -- The Spectrum of Voices in the São Paulo Economy -- Six Industrial Case Studies: Internal and External Flexibilization and Technological Change -- The History, Politics, and Economies of Three Communities and their Inhabitants -- Outsourcing Production and Commerce: A Close Examination of Unregistered Salaried Workers, Sweatshop Workers, Homeworkers and Ambulant Vendors for Firms -- The Increasingly Precarious Nature of Self-Employment -- “Destiny is not set in stone”: Social Actors, Cooperatives, and Local Coalition-Building -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Labor economics --Brazil --São Paulo. Geography. Labor economics. Microeconomics.
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