6 edition of Labour, Globalisation & The New Economy (Arbeit, Technik, Organisation, Soziales, Bd. 30.) found in the catalog.
December 28, 2004
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Gyorgy Szell (Editor), Carl-Heinrich Bosling (Editor), Johannes Hartkemeyer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||560|
Along with globalization, the shift from manufacturing to services as a source of employment, and the spread of information-based systems and technologies have given birth to a new economy which emphasizes flexibility in the labor market and in employment relations. These changes have led to the erosion of the standard (industrial) employment relationship and an increase in precarious workâ. Andreas Bieler is Professor of Political Economy in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham. He is co-editor of Labour and the Challenges of Globalization (Pluto, ). Ingemar Lindberg is a former trade unionist and senior researcher at 3/5(2).
The Political Economy of New Labour provides one of the first systematic assessments and accessible evaluations of the modernization of the British Labour Party in the light of its landslide electoral victory in It also represents a rare attempt to locate Labour’s modernization in terms of the distinctive political economy of contemporary British capitalism and the impact of. This book provides an in-depth analysis of language and tourist mobility within an adventure tourism context, contributing to poststructuralist perspectives of social life currently undergoing considerable changes on social, political, cultural and linguistic levels.
He is the author of several books, and editor of Systemic Development and CHAPTER 2—THE LEAD ECONOMY SEQUENCE IN WORLD POLITICS (FROM SUNG CHINA TO THE UNITED STATES): CHAPTER 5—CONTEMPORARY GLOBALIZATION AND NEW CIVILIZATIONAL FORMATIONS Shmuel N. Eisenstadt. The importance in studying the effects of globalization on the labor market lies in the fact that earnings from labor represent the main source of income for the great majority of the inhabitants of developing nations and especially of the poorer groups of workers, who lack ownership of any other material assets.
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The biggest challenge is the increasing inequality on a global scale, which is produced so far by the New Economy. As education contributes to enlarge this gap, it has to be adapted to the new social needs to overcome this polarisation.
The ongoing development must be reversed: Real needs demand more spending for public than for private : Paperback. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
"Labor in the Era of Globalization is an awesome mix of political economy and institutional labor economics that shows that institutions - from unions to political structures and from financial institutions to the family and to labor laws - are important determinants of economic : $ Now the labor movement is itself acting in a more transnational manner, with workers developing common interests and ways of organizing that transcend national boundaries.
Indeed, the This is the first book to offer a comprehensive analysis of labor's worldwide Labour to globalization/5(6). Globalisation, State and Labour combines a new theoretical approach with comparative analysis – ensuring that it will be of vital interest to anyone concerned with the globalization debate, the future of the state, and organized labour.
It shows how although the world is undergoing enormous changes involving politics, the economy and society, the position and place of the state, and the Book Edition: 1st Edition. Globalization and Labour in India: Emerging Challenges and Responses, by Praveen Jha 5. How China's Migrant Labour is Becoming the New Proletariat by Wen Tiejun 6.
The globalisation of capital and its impact on the world of formal and informal work: Challenges for and responses from Argentine unions, by Isabel Rauber 7.
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Global Economy Lecture, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies “Globalization and Its Impact on Labor” Robert C. Feenstra University of California, Davis and NBER February 8, 1. Introduction Last month we witnessed the enlargement of the European Union to include two newFile Size: KB.
He has published widely in the areas of international economics, economic development, and political economy. His latest book, The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy will be out in February Written by a recognized expert in the area of business economics, this book analyzes these developments and evaluates their future impact on the development of East Asia and its role in the world economy.
The book examines the effect of the IT revolution, globalization and the 'new economy' on the development of East Asia. It locates three core areas of the new literature: 1) the social construction of new labour forces across an expanding international division of labour; 2) the self-organising potential of workers, particularly within non-traditional sectors; and 3) the possibilities for transborder labour movements to help address the asymmetrical power relationships between globalised capital and localised by: This well written and carefully researched book pays particular attention to the lives of professional women in Hong Kong and Singapore, set within broader debates about globalisation, the new economy and inequality, as well as discussions of flexible citizenship, transnational labour and work cultures and the management of daily life.
Work Organisation, Labour & Globalisation Description: This journal aims to create a single authoritative source of information on the new global division of labour, combining theoretical analysis with the results of empirical research in a way that is accessible both to. Locating labour as a critical political economy factor, essential for production and capable of political action, this book examines the political economy of labour reforms.
Through a careful study of labour market reforms across subnational states of India, it draws attention to the continuing relevance of local politics in influencing public.
Arthurs, Harry W., “Private Ordering and Workers' Rights in the Global Economy: Corporate Codes of Conduct as a Regime of Labour Market Regulation”, in Conaghan, Joanne, Fischl, Richard Michael and Klare, Karl (eds)., Labour Law in an Era of Globalization: Transformative Practices and Possibilities (Oxford University Press, ), – In theory, then, the globalisation of trade in goods and services would benefit consumers in rich countries by giving them access to inexpensive goods produced by cheaper labour Author: Nikil Saval.
Globalization of Labor. Over the past two decades, labor has become increasingly globalized. The integration of China, India, and the former Eastern bloc into the world economy, together with population growth, has led to an estimated fourfold increase in the effective global labor force, which could more than double again by Labour and the new economy.
There are a mass of claims of a new era of disorganised, flexible, post_Fordist capitalism. 62 Above all, this is supposed to have reinvigorated the economy. There are many reasons to doubt this but the broad economic claims cannot be discussed in detail here.
Globalisation, Employment and Development Globalisation: an Overview The ‘new’ International Division of Labour Global Shift: Industrialization and Development Globalisation and Localisation Trade and Industrial Policy in Developing Countries The Knowledge-based Economy and the Digital Divisions of Labour New developments that may have affected the impact of globalisation on OECD economies The marked increase in the extent and pace of integration since the mids The integration of China and India into the global economy – significantly boosting global labour supply Development of international production networks.This book is the first to deal comprehensively and analytically with labour‘s response to globalisation.
It provides a critical overview of the main challenges facing workers and trade unions worldwide. Its author argues that what may be described as the national period in labour history is decisively over.