“Post-Fordist” organization of production brings about new paradigms and restructuring in the labor markets. This paper studies informal labor markets and the role of women in post-Fordist production in Turkey. The aim of the paper is to discuss the hypothesis that the female role in an Islamic society, as modeled in accordance with political Islam, is quite compatible with the differentiated labor market structure in the post-Fordist production organization.
Okten, A. (2001), "Post-Fordist work, political Islam and women in urban Turkey", The Economics of Women and Work in the Middle East and North Africa (Research in Middle East Economics, Vol. 4), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 269-288. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1094-5334(01)04015-8Download as .RIS
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