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Re-thinking Workers' Compensation: The Human Rights Perspective
Volume 55, Issue 6
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Re-examining workers' compensation: A human rights perspective
Leslie I. Boden
The lack of correspondence between work-related disability and receipt of workers' compensation benefits
Emily A. Spieler & John F. Burton Jr.
Building a human rights framework for workers' compensation in the United States: Opening the debate on first principles
Jeffrey A. Hilgert
Preserving workers' dignity in workers' compensation systems: An international perspective
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