Colonialism, nationalism, and the institutionalization of industrial relations in the Third World / edited by Sarosh Kuruvilla and Bryan Mundell.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Stamford, Conn. : JAI Press, ©1999.
Description
vii, 311 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents
  • Introduction / Sarosh Kuruvilla and Bryan Mundell
  • Defusion of the Molotov Cocktail in South African Industrial Relations: The Burden of the Past and the Challenge of the Future / Edward Webster
  • Colonialism and Industrial Relations in India / Valerian DeSousa
  • From Ostensible Voluntarism to Interventionism in Malaysian Industrial Relations: The Colonial Experience as an Important Variable / Wesley J. Hiers and Ponniah Arudsothy
  • Making of Industrial Relations in the Commonwealth Caribbean / Roy J. Adams, Noel M. Cowell and Gangaram Singh
  • Corporatism, Nationalism, and Industrial Relations in Mexico: A Historical Perspective / Alfredo Hualde Alfaro
  • Colonialism and Labor Relations in the Last Colony / Stephen Chiu and David A. Levin
  • Conclusion / Sarosh Kuruvilla and Bryan Mundell.
ISBN
  • 0762304960
  • 9780762304967
LCCN
99027696
OCLC
41835201
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