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Comparative Industrial Relations

Roy J. Adams

Comparative Industrial Relations

Contemporary Research and Theory

by Roy J. Adams

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Published by HarperCollins Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Comparative management,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Labor & Industrial Relations - General,
  • Personnel & human resources management,
  • Comparative industrial relations,
  • Comparative industrial relatio,
  • Industrial relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9228519M
    ISBN 10004445967X
    ISBN 109780044459675

    Union Revitalization Strategies in Comparative Perspective. Chamberlain at Yale and Columbia universities. Moreover, if everyone works towards the achievement of the common goals by maintaining peace and cooperation in the workplace, it will tend to benefit everyone associated with the organization. Book Brown, C. Oxford: Blackwell. This Handbook is unique in taking an explicitly comparative approach by discussing ER developments through a series of paired country comparisons.

    Boulder: Taylor and Francis. Trade union strategies to recruit new groups of workers — Hungary Eurofound. You may even enjoy the experience of viewing real and important scholarship. Psychological Approach The psychologists perceived the problem of the industrial relations as a result of the varying perception and mindset of the key participants, i.

    Trade unions in Germany. When labour markets are seen as imperfect, and when the employment relationship includes conflicts of interest, then one cannot rely on markets or managers to always serve workers' interests, and in extreme cases to prevent worker exploitation. Overview[ edit ] Industrial relations examines various employment situations, not just ones with a unionized workforce. History[ edit ] Industrial relations has its roots in the industrial revolution which created the modern employment relationship by spawning free labour markets and large-scale industrial organizations with thousands of wage workers. Industrial Relations: Selected full-text books and articles. In policy-making circles, the industrial relations emphasis on institutional intervention is trumped by a neoliberal emphasis on the laissez-faire promotion of free markets.


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Comparative Industrial Relations book

It also considered the organizational conflicts resulting in strikes to be useless and destructive. Journal Checchi, D. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Gandhi Ji perceived that every organization is a joint venture, and the labour should be treated as associates or co-partners with the shareholders.

During the s, the industrial relations system that had evolved in the previous decade was largely intact, but the public opinion was that union power needed to be reined in and made more responsible. Commons when he created the first academic industrial relations program at the University of Wisconsin in Journal Frege, C.

Industrial relations scholarship also assumes that there are at least some inherent conflicts of interest between employers and employees for example, higher wages versus higher profits and thus, in contrast to scholarship in human resource management and organizational behaviourconflict is seen as a natural part of the employment relationship.

Industrial relations scholars and practitioners, therefore, support institutional interventions to improve the workings of the employment relationship and to protect workers' rights. In this vein, industrial relations scholarship intersects with scholarship in labour economicsindustrial sociologylabour and social historyhuman resource managementpolitical sciencelawand other areas.

Conference proceedings Jensen, C. New York: Cambridge University Press. Additional information.

Conflict Management and Industrial Relations

However, cases of open disputes are quite unusual. From this perspective, industrial relations encompasses all aspects of the employment relationship, such as human resource or personnel management, employee relations and union-management or labor relations.

This perspective sees inequalities of power and economic wealth as having their roots in the nature of the capitalist economic system. Transnational Companies, Globalization and Industrial Relations. Introduction: Causes, consequences and cures of union decline.

In this he has succeeded admirably, and not just for the new student; there is plenty here for old hands as well Since the beginning of the s, the government passed laws and regulations pertaining to discrimination as well as laws relating to other employment areas, including pension plans, family and medical leave, along with the portability of health insurance.

Twelve countries are explored in chapters Comparative Industrial Relations book by national experts who together with contributions from the esteemed editors provide detailed information and conceptual tools.

London: Routledge. You will learn a lot about its subject matter and how to write. The original broad definition of industrial relations included the totality of relationships and interactions between employers and employees.

Book Le Dantec-Lowry, H. Even each of these groups considers that the other one lacks emotional and interpersonal attributes. Table of contents Introduction: The End of Diversity? Journal Bockerman, P. Special consideration is given to the impact of globalisation and the role of multinational corporations, including their consequences for the fate of workers' rights under existing national systems of employment relations ER regulation.

By doing so this stellar group of authors and editors provide new insights on the adaptability of labor market institutions across the globe.Dec 05,  · "The most enduring and valuable book in the field of international and comparative employment relations in the last 30 years, the sixth edition covers advanced and emerging economies with insightful theoretical implications from a comparative perspective." - Dong-One Kim, Korea University; incoming President ILERA/5(6).

A comparative study on industrial relations and collective bargaining in East Asian countries The paper provides a comparative analysis of industrial relations systems and for undertaking this study of industrial relations and collective bargaining developments in East Asian countries, and commend the report to all interested readers.

International and Comparative Employment Relations: Third Edition of International and Comparative Industrial Relations and a great selection of related books. May 22,  · Such a book can only ever be an introduction, but Eaton has provided a valuable beginning.a Times Higher Education Supplement a Jack Eatona s declared aim for his text is that of "providing food for thought of an analytical kind, especially for the student new to the subject of comparative industrial relations".Price: $ INTRODUCTION OF THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS INTRODUCTION The term 'Industrial Relations' denotes relationships between management and workers in the industry.

It has roots in the economic and social changes occurred from time to time. Industrial relations in any work situation go beyond these economic aspects. The Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations constitute a unique and well known series started in under the dynamic editorship of Professor Roger Blanpain (Belgium), former President of the International Industrial Relations Association.