WORKING REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND OPPORTUNITIES OF REFUGEES (THE CASE OF JORDAN)

Ms. Jarrar Doaa M. F. (2021) WORKING REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS, AND OPPORTUNITIES OF REFUGEES (THE CASE OF JORDAN). PhD, Soproni Egyetem.

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Abstract

Jordan as a country that is well-known for its safety in the Middle East, has always hosted different refugees’ groups from neighbouring and other countries, who were escaping political persecution, wars or other types of discrimination. Today Jordan hosts the second-highest share of refugees per capita, which has increased the loads on the country’s limited natural resources (water and energy), public services and its saturated job market. Accordingly, this PhD dissertation is focusing on the current labour regulations that have been implemented to several refugees’ groups in Jordan, mainly Palestinians, Iraqis and Syrians. In addition to assessing the work conditions refugees have been facing, as well as analysing the available work opportunities for them. The study is based on a collective case study approach, where integration of comprehensive exploratory and comparative techniques was used.

Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Refugees in Jordan
Divisions: Lámfalussy Sándor Közgazdaságtudományi Kar (Sopron) - (2017. január 31-ig Közgazdaságtudományi Kar, Sopron) > Széchenyi István Gazdálkodás-és Szervezéstudományi Doktori Iskola
Discipline label: social sciences > business and management
Supervisor label:
Témavezető neveSupervisor scientific name labelEmail
Dr. Tóth Balázs IstvánUNSPECIFIEDtoth.balazs.istvan@uni-sopron.hu
Item ID: 783
Creators: Ms. Jarrar Doaa M. F.
Identification Number: 519
Date Deposited: 2021. Jun. 11. 23:08
Last Modified: 2021. Jun. 15. 06:14
URI: http://doktori.uni-sopron.hu/id/eprint/783

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