Industrial Relations: Approaches to industrial relations and trends in national systems

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John E. Kelly
Psychology Press, 2002 - 439 páginas
This set is designed to capture both the complexity of the field of industrial relations globally, as well as bringing out the continuing relevance of competing theoretical approaches to the subject.
 

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Acknowledgements
xii
PART 6
xiii
The mutual gains enterprise 63
xiv
a literature
xviii
The state as employer 316
xix
General Introduction
xxv
Earnings inequality lowpaid employment and earnings mobility 173
xxix
PART 10
xxx
The origins and evolution of the field of industrial relations
93
Union militancy and social partnership 3
131
The future of work
133
Mobilization theory
135
Feminism facing industrial relations in Britain
155
Five faces of oppression
174
the era
176
PART 2
203

EMPLOYERS AND THE STATE
xxxviii
WORKER REPRESENTATION
xli
Industrial conflict 159
xlii
Looking to the future 131
xliii
Labour power and the labour process
3
PART
5
PART
7
PART
9
the emerging
36
what is wrong with the system?
40
PART 4
67
Strategic choice and industrial relations theory
69
Trade unions 215
91
The stick strategy
92
The future of employee representation
205
Postwar trade union organization and industrial relations
217
Women and forms of democratic representation
228
Convergence and divergence in advanced capitalist democracies
229
is the AngloSaxon model a fatality
254
Through a glass darkly
261
Verdict and prospect
287
The changing structure of the American labor market
303
The erosion of the German system of industrial relations
338
labours
362
Forces for homogeneity and diversity in the Japanese industrial
386
a context of sharp economic decline
410
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