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Global Industrial Relations

by: Morley; Michael J.; Gunnigle; Patrick; Collings; David G.

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Publisher: ROUTLEDGE,07.08.06

Category: Human Resource Management Level:

ISBN: 0415329477
ISBN13: 9780415329477

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Breaking new ground and drawing on contributions from the leading academics in the field, this volume in the Global HRM Series specifically focuses on industrial relations. The text is divided into two distinct, but overlapping sections, namely regional variations in global industrial relations systems and contemporary themes in global industrial relations. Specifically, the text is intended to provide an overview of the industrial relations systems of nine regions (North America, South America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and India). Having examined the industrial relations systems of these regions the second section of the book examines some overarching themes in global industrial relations. Combining both systems and thematic issues, this important new text will be invaluable reading for anyone studying or interested in global industrial relations.

Michael J. Morley is Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at the University of Limerick. His research interests include expatriate management and human resource management in multinational forms.
Patrick Gunnigle is Professor of Business Studies at the University of Limerick. His research interests include labor market flexibility, HRM and industrial relations in multinational firms, and trade union membership and recognition.
David G. Collings is Member of the Human Resource Management Research Group at the University of Limerick. His current research interests include human resource management and industrial relations in multinational corporations.

Introduction: Michael J. Morley, Patrick Gunnigle and David G. Collings Part 1: Regional Variations in Global Industrial Relations Systems 1. Industrial Relations in North America Richard Block 2. Industrial Relations in Latin America Hector Lucena 3. Industrial Relations in Western Europe Colin Gill 4. Industrial Relations in Eastern Europe Roderick Martin 5. Industrial Relations in the Middle East Amnon Caspi 6. Industrial Relations in Australia and New Zealand Pat Walsh and Raymond Harbridge 7. Industrial Relations in Asia Dong-One Kim 8. Industrial Relations in the Indian Subcontinent Venkata Ratnam 9. Industrial Relations in Africa Frank Horowitz Part 2: Contemporary Themes in Global Industrial Relations 10. International Trends in Unionisation Carola M. Frege 11. International Labour Standards Keith Ewing 12. International Collective Bargaining Jacques Rojot 13. International Conflict: A comparative analysis of strike trends Joe Wallace and Michelle O`Sullivan 14. The Juridification of Industrial Relations Rojer Blanpain 15. Multinationals, Globalisation and Industrial Relations W.C. Cooke