This paper analyzes the potential effects of insertion in value chains, gender, firm’s skill intensity and the skill level of an occupation on labour conditions in Malagasy ICT firms. The results indicate insertion does affect the atmosphere within firms, access to a good health insurance and safety rules. But it appears other items defining labour conditions do not depend only on insertion in value chains. Gender, firms’ skill intensity and the skill level of an occupation combined with the insertion factor also have an impact on labour conditions in these firms.

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Keywords ICT firms, Madagascar, value chains, gender, firm’s skill intensity, skill level of an occupation
Thesis Advisor Siegmann, Karin Astrid
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/2105/7154
Series Human Resources and Employment (HRE)
Citation
Ranjeva, Rose Maeva. (2008, January). Labour conditions in Value chains. Human Resources and Employment (HRE). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2105/7154