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The Globalisation of Labour Counter-Coordination and Unionism on the Internet

The Globalisation of Labour Counter-Coordination and Unionism on the Internet (Paperback)

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Traditional trade union structures have been slow to realise the capabilities of new information technology in respect of the globalisation of labour. Yet the co-ordinative capabilities of international labour with the advent of the Internet are radically enhanced as the actions of workers in the international transport sector demonstrate. This documents the emergence of these new globalised labour communication strategies in the context of a globalising world of commerce, business and governance. The articles presented take a variety of forms and reflect the variations in communication activities which are a product of the unevenness in globalisation itself. Originally published as Critical Perspectives on International Business (2005, Vol1, No.2/3) The publication contains a diverse range of articles, which includes the researches of field leaders such as Freeman, Fiorito and Cockfield, who have focused primarily on connectivity within the wealthy West, in addition to contributions reflecting perspectives within South Africa, Malaysia, Mexico and the Balkans

BusinessBusiness & managementInternational business Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited Publication Date: 01/02/2005 ISBN-13: 9781845441425  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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