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Politics and industrial relations

Martin, Robert (2003) Politics and industrial relations In, Ackers, Peter and Wilkinson, Adrian (eds.) Understanding Work and Employment. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press pp. 161-175.

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction: The British Industrial Relations Tradition , Peter Ackers and Adrian Wilkinson
Part I: Disciplinary Perspectives
2. Sociology and Industrial Relations , Ian Roberts
3. Economics and Industrial Relations , Jill Rubery and Damian Grimshaw
4. Management and Industrial Relations , Nick Bacon
5. History and Industrial Relations , David Lyddon
6. Social Psychology and Industrial Relations , Chris Brotherton
7. Labour Law and Industrial Relations , Keith Ewing
8. Politics and Industrial Relations , Roderick Martin
9. Geography and Industrial Relations , Andrew Herod, Jamie Peck, and Jane Wills
Part II: Comparative Perspectives
10. Industrial Relations in North America , Bruce Kaufman
11. Industrial Relations in Australia , Russell Lansbury and Grant Michelson
12. Industrial Relations in Continental Europe , Carola Frege
Part III: Future Directions: Issues and Arguments
13. Consumer Capitalism and Industrial Relations , Marek Korczynski
14. Trade Unions and Industrial Relations , Edmund Heery
15. Women and Industrial Relations , Anne-Marie Greene
16. Marxism and Industrial Relations , Gregor Gall
17. Post-Modernism and Industrial Relations , John Eldridge
18. The Future of Industrial Relations , Paul Edwards

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Published date: 2003
Additional Information: Martin, R.- Editor --> P. Ackers and A Wilkinson


Local EPrints ID: 35801
ISBN: 0199240663
PURE UUID: db47a8c4-d3c8-4f65-a6e9-66795911c491

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Date deposited: 22 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:46

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Author: Robert Martin
Editor: Peter Ackers
Editor: Adrian Wilkinson

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