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Globalizations of Organized Labour 1945-2004

Опубликовано на портале: 21-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, cерия "International Political Economy Series", 216 с.
Myconos explores the ways in which organized labour has globalized since 1945. Using two 'touchstone' indicators - the extent of cross-border integration, and the autonomy vis-à-vis the state - the book reveals a counterintuitive process: network globalization involves a continuing orientation towards the state. The book not only seeks to identify organized labour's trajectory on the macro plane, but also to provide a more precise meaning of the term 'globalization' as it relates to agency.

Acknowledgements

Common Abbreviations

Introduction

PART I: 1945-72; PREVAILING STRUCTURAL IMPERATIVES

1945-72 - Internal Change; Antagonism, and Shallow Integration

1945-72 - External Change; Incorporation and Statist Internationalism

PART II: 1972-89; PREVAILING STRUCTURAL IMPERATIVES

1972-89 - Internal Change; Expansion and Uneasy Integration

1972-89 - External Change; From Incorporation to Partial Disengagement

PART III: 1989-2004; PREVAILING STRUCTURAL IMPERATIVES

1989-2004 - Internal Change; Consolidation and Integration

1989-2004 - External Change; Eviction and Insinuation

Conclusion: The Past and Future of Globalizations of Organized Labour

Endnotes

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Index