In recent years a considerable amount of work has been done in Britain and America utilising dual labour market theory. In America, the ideas of Doeringer and Piore have been taken up by radical economists such as Edwards and Bluestone, while in Britain a group of Cambridge economists have also been seeking to develop the theory. These studies have all retained the basic duality incorporated in the theory by Doeringer and Piore. Moreover, the work of Barron and Norris, Bosanquet and Doeringer and Blackburn and Mann has provided some qualified empirical support to the notion of two separate labour markets.
Ashton, D. and Maguire, M. (1984), "Dual Labour Market Theory and the Organisation of Local Labour Markets", International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 11 No. 7, pp. 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb013980Download as .RIS
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