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Employment Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region
Reflections and New Directions1599Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This book focuses on new developments in employment in Asia. The context for this discussion is provided by the processes of globalisation, and the associated debate on labour standards. Individual chapters focus on issues such as the role of NGOs as surrogate unions, employment regulation in export processing zones, social protection, and the impact of political reform on the employment relationship. This volume was previously published as a special issue of the journal Asia Pacific Business Review.
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Chapter 1 LABOUR NGOs An Alternative Form of Labour Organizing in Indonesia, 1991-1998 Author: Michele Ford Chapter 2 Community-Based Agencies As The Entrepreneur's Instruments of Control in Post-Soeharto's Indonesia Author: Warouw, Nicolaas Chapter 3 The Emergence Of An Industrial Relations System In Taiwan: Historical and Contextual Challenges Author: John Rice Chapter 4 The 'Talk' versus the 'Walk': High Performance Work Systems, Labour Market Flexibility and Lessons from Asian Workers Author Donella Caspersz Chapter 5 Globalisation and Employment Relations in the Korean Auto Industry: the Case of the Hyundai Motor Company in Korea, Canada and India Authors: Russell D. Lansbury, Seung-Ho Kwon, Chung-Sok Suh and William Purcell Chapter 6 The influence of decentralized bargaining systems on the introduction of continuous improvement practices in Australian automotive components companies Authors: Richard Gough, Malcolm MacIntosh and Bob Park Chapter 7 Workplace Union-Management Partnership: Prospects for Diffusion of Contemporary British Approaches in New Zealand Authors: Mick Marchington, , Peter Haynes and Peter Boxall Chapter 8 Trade Unon Responses To Outsourcing In A Neo Liberal Environment: A Case Study Analysis Of The Australian Public Sector Authors Julian Teicher; Bernadine Van Gramberg & Peter Holland