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Globalization and labour relations

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This important new book presents an in-depth analysis of the neo-liberal viewpoint on globalization and its impact on labor relations. The policies of states and multinational corporations as well as their effects are analyzed from the perspectives of international political economy, institutional economics, cultural studies and industrial relations. The authors analyze the trade union critique, labor market segmentation and the erosion of regulatory practices and standards which give labor some degree of protection. This innovative book combines theoretical analysis with empirical detail and focuses on various sectors of industry such as mining, home appliances, logistic services and the media as well as the main regional blocks of the global economy - Europe, Australia-Asia and America. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introduction 2. Globalization- Frequently Asked Questions and Some Surprising Answers 3. Towards the Denaturing of Class Relations? 4. In the Name of 'Globalization' 5. Imagined Solidarities 6. Fragmenting the Internal Labor Market 7. Global Logistic Chains 8. The International Restructuring of the Media Industries 9. Work Reorganization in a Globalized Mining Industry 10. Australia's Historic Industrial Relations Transition Contributors include: L. Beukema H. Coenen P. du Gay S. Heycock P. Hirst R. Hyman R. Lambert P. Leisink J. Rubery G. Thompson J. Vilrokx
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