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Expert opinions on precarious employment in Flanders. / Bosmans, Kim; Vanroelen, Christophe; De Cuyper, Nele; Louckx, Freddy; Hardonk, Stefan.

Poster presented at the VUB-Dag van de doctorandi. 2013.

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Bosmans, K, Vanroelen, C, De Cuyper, N, Louckx, F & Hardonk, S 2013, Expert opinions on precarious employment in Flanders. in Poster presented at the VUB-Dag van de doctorandi. VUB PhD Research Day, Brussels, 31/05/13.

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Bosmans, K., Vanroelen, C., De Cuyper, N., Louckx, F., & Hardonk, S. (2013). Expert opinions on precarious employment in Flanders. In Poster presented at the VUB-Dag van de doctorandi

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Bosmans K, Vanroelen C, De Cuyper N, Louckx F, Hardonk S. Expert opinions on precarious employment in Flanders. In Poster presented at the VUB-Dag van de doctorandi. 2013

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AU - Louckx, Freddy

AU - Hardonk, Stefan

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