The State and 'Globalization'
Comparative Studies of Labour and Capital in National Economies
Martin Upchurch (Redaktør)
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Part 1 Globalization and the limits of reform: social democracy after the long boom - economic restructuring under Australian Labor, 1893-1996, Tom Bramble. Part 2 Advanced industrial nations: the rise and fall of "Modell Deutschland"?, Martin Upchurch; union identity and strategy in Spain - negotiating traditions of struggle, Miguel Martinez Lucio; union resilience in a cold climate - the case of the UK banking industry, Gregor Gall. Part 3 Economies in transformation: global restructuring, local firms, working lives - restructuring of Polish state owned enterprises, Al Rainnie and Jane Hardy; labour versus state and capital in China's "socialist market economy", Raymond W.K. Lau and Trini W.V. Leung; "Democratic corporatism" in the new South Africa - advance or retreat?, Eddy Donnelly. Part 4 The search for modernity?: trade unions in a context of economic adjustment in Brazil, Jose Ricardo Ramalho; unions, corporatism and the industrial relations systems in Mexico, Enrique de la Garza, Javier Melgoza and Marcia Campillo; ethnicity, state, labour and capital in Malaysia, Mhinder Bhopal.