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Colonialism, Nationalism, and the Institutionalization of Industrial Relations in the Third World Vol: 25

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22 Nov 1999
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
320 pages - 156 x 234 x 19mm
Monographs in Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations
A comparative study of how the current industrial relations systems come to be and of changes in such systems in non-industrialized countries since the 1980s. After an introduction, six essays look at the defusion of the Molotov cocktail in South African industrial relations, colonialism and industrial relations in India, from ostensible voluntaris.
Contributors. Introduction (S. Kuruvilla, B. Mundell). Defusion of the molotov cocktail in South African industrial relations: the burden of the past and the challenge of the future (E. Webster). Colonialism and industrial relations in India (V. Desousa). From ostensible voluntarism to interventionism in Malaysian industrial relations: the colonial experience as an important variable (W.J. Hiers, P. Arudsothy). The making of industrial relations in the commonwealth caribbean (R.J. Adams et al.). Corporatism, nationalism, and industrial relations in Mexico: a historical perspective (A.H. Alfaro). Colonialism and labor relations in the last colony (S. Chiu, D.A. Levin).

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