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Pierre Laliberté

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International Journal of Labour Research

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Job preservation through the creation of worker cooperatives: Lessons for trade unions

www.cooplife.org [cached]

The authors, Natalia Delgado, Claude Dorion and Pierre Laliberté, argue that a substantial proportion of workplace closures take place in enterprises that have the potential to be economically viable, but end up going out of business because of the economic context or the lack of cash flow.
Pierre Laliberté,Senior Specialist on Workers'Activities, Editor of the International Journal of Labour Research(IJLR) Tel:+41 22 799 75 95 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots.


Job preservation through the creation of worker cooperatives: Lessons for trade unions

www.cooplife.org [cached]

The authors, Natalia Delgado, Claude Dorion and Pierre Laliberté, argue that a substantial proportion of workplace closures take place in enterprises that have the potential to be economically viable, but end up going out of business because of the economic context or the lack of cash flow.
Pierre Laliberté,Senior Specialist on Workers'Activities, Editor of the International Journal of Labour Research(IJLR) Tel:+41 22 799 75 95 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots.


Bureau for Workers' Activities (ACTRAV)

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Pierre Laliberté, Editor of the International Journal of Labour Research: "Trade unionization is a powerful force against inequality"
7 July 2014 The Bureau of Workers' Activities (ILO-ACTRAV) has just published the latest issue of the International Journal of Labour Research (IJLR) which addresses "The Challenge of Inequality". In this interview, the Journal's editor Pierre Laliberté explains the issues surrounding inequality in the world of work, for the trade union movement in particular.


Authors ~ Global Labour Column

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Pierre Laliberté is an economist at the Bureau of Workers' Activities at the ILO in Geneva.
He is the editor of the International Journal of Labour Research. Previously he worked with the Quebec Federation of Labour, the Canadian Labour Congress and the United Steelworkers of America.


Pierre Laliberté - NPD-NDP Hull-Aylmer

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Pierre Laliberté for Hull-Aylmer Since 2001, Pierre has worked as principal economist for the Canadian Labour Congress in Ottawa where he is responsible for looking at issues regarding the labour market, economic security for Canadian workers and the impacts of trade agreements. Pierre has long been engaged with the goings-on in his surroundings.Among other activities, he was involved in the student movement in Quebec and the United States where he served as president of the Graduate Students, Association at the University of Massachusetts.He was one of the instigators of a union movement for teaching assistants at the University of Massachusetts that emerged upon the creation of Local 2242 of the United Auto Workers (UAW). Pierre earned a doctorate in economics at the University of Massachusetts.He taught economics as a teaching assistant, then helped increase the profile of Quebec among the New England political, media and business communities through his work for a Quebec delegation. Upon returning to Quebec, Pierre worked briefly for the Caisse de dépôt et de placement in Montreal before joining the research team of the Canadian Council on Social Development as a research associate.In 1998, Pierre joined the team at the United Steelworkers of America in Quebec as an advisor on questions concerning pension and economic issues.Raised in the Outaouais, Pierre is the son of Michel and Claudette Laliberté who came to the region in the early sixties and became known in their professions of optometry and nursing.Pierre is married to Carmen Bauer and is the happy father of Sophie, three years old.


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