Bogen giver en bred fremstilling af dansk fagbevægelses historie fra ca. 1870 til 1950. Udgangspunktet er arbejdet og... Læs mere
Working for Justice features eleven case studies of recent low-wage worker organizing campaigns in Los Angeles, making the case for a distinctive "L.A. Model" of union and worker center organizing.
The first part, "Considerations" offers critical assessments of Chavez's life that utilize different approaches to understanding his life, including cultural studies critiques, historical narrative that provide invaluable context, and even eulogies following his untimely death.
Jimmy Hoffa, acquitted in a Nashville court during the Test Fleet case, was under investigation for jury tampering and... Læs mere
Focusing on the triangular relationship of precariousness, trade unions and social movements, this book draws on a range of exciting cases, both comparative and country case studies, in order to understand how the shadow of the crisis still haunts organized labour in Europe.
Key players in organized labour in the USA and abroad are busy modernizing their communications and making creative and effective... Læs mere
This study looks at union responses to the changes in the Latin American car industry in the last 15 years. It considers the impact of the shift towards export production and regional integration, and the effect of political changes on union reponses.
In examining the primary role the state has played in shaping employment patterns and social policy in France, this book analyses the impact of globalization on French industrial relations.
Based on comparisons of long-term developments and focusing on transnational connections, this book shows that historically there have been many varieties of trade unionism.
Chaia Heller follows one of France's largest farmers' unions as it joins with peasants internationally to contest the hegemony of genetically modified foods, free trade, and industrial agriculture.