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New directions in the study of work and employment

Revitalizing industrial relations as an academic enterprise

Charles J. Whalen

Edvard Elgar 2008, ca. 288. s. ISBN 9781847204523
Bogomtale fra forlaget.

Contents:

Preface

Introduction: New Directions in the Study of Work and Employment
Charles J. Whalen

PART I: RETHINKING INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
1. Reconceptualizing Industrial Relations in a Global, Knowledge-driven Economy
Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld

2. The Original Industrial Relations Paradigm: Foundation for Revitalizing the Field
Bruce E. Kaufman

3. A Meta-paradigm for Revitalizing Industrial Relations
John W. Budd

4. An Institutional Environments Approach to Industrial Relations
John Godard

PART II: RECONSTRUTING INSTITUTIONS
5. Social Capital and the Labor Movement
David B. Lipsky and Ronald L. Seeber

6. Industrial Relations and the Law
William B. Gould IV

7. How Industrial Relations is Marginalized in Business Schools: Using Institutional Theory to Examine Our Home Base
Daphne Taras

8. Let a Thousand Journals Bloom: The Precarious Landscape of Labor and Employment Publishing
Immanuel Ness, Bruce Nissen and Charles J. Whalen

PART III: REENERGIZING PRACTICE
9. Revitalizing Industrial Relations
Michael J. Piore

10. Varieties of Capitalism and Employment Relations under Globalization: Evidence from the Auto Industry
Nick Wailes, Russell D. Lansbury and Jim Kitay

11. Evolving Labor Relations in the Women’s Apparel Industry
Katie Quan

12. Immigrant Workers and the New American Labor Movement
Kent Wong and Janna Shadduck-Hernández

Conclusion: The Future of Industrial Relations, A.K.A. Work and Employment Relations
Thomas A. Kochan

Index