twelve years of struggle / jointly publ. by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Women Workers' Unity Group on the occasion of 12 years of successful cooperation. [Ed.: Chris Baker ...]. - Bangkok, 2004. - 64 S. : Ill. = 2,52 MB PDF-File. - l4 ISBN 974-92396-5-2
a comparative analysis of public sector collective bargaining in Korea, the Philippines and Thailand ; presented at the 4th Asian Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association, 20-21 November 2001 QuezonCity, 2004, 19052005
a comparative analysis of public sector collective bargaining in Korea, the Philippines and Thailand ; presented at the 4th Asian Congress of the International Industrial Relations Association, 20-21 November 2001 / by Añonuevo, Carlos Antonio Q.. - [Quezon City : Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Philippine Office], 2001. - 112 KB, PDF-File. - (Online papers / Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Philippine Office) Electronic ed.: Quezon City : FES, 2004. - Internetadresse: http://www.fes.org.ph/papersonestep.htm. - Title only available online. - Mirrored as PDF file: 19.05.2005 by FES Library, Bonn
The crisis of Thailand and the International Monetary Fund
Pia Bungarten. - preliminary version. In: Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft Online : International Politics and Society. - 1999,3. Electronic ed.: Bonn: FES-Internet-Redaktion, 1999 http://www.fes.de/ipg/ipg3_99/artbunga.html
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