In 2008, I began a PhD project funded by an Economic and Social Research Council studentship which sought to explore the different institutional contexts for the temporary staffing industry. This research sought to examine who were the key actors in the temporary staffing industry in different countries and the impact of wider national settings. This was part of a larger project contributing to the work of the Geographies of Temporary Staffing Unit at The University of Manchester. The research involved the use of three case studies in the countries, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Czech Republic in order to conduct a cross-national comparison of the temporary staffing industry within a European context.
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