|Statement||Noah M. Meltz and Michael J. Piore ; edited by Elaine B. Willis.|
|Contributions||Piore, Michael J., Willis, Elaine B., Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HD2809 .M45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||92168716|
Get this from a library! From uniformity to divergence: industrial relations in Canada and the United States. [Pradeep Kumar; Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). Industrial Relations Centre.] -- The study is divided as follows. Chapter 2 outlines the pattern of divergence in four key areas: the level of union organization and union strategies and approaches; employer goals and objectives and. Get this from a library! The Challenge of restructuring: North American labor movements respond. [Jane Jenson; Rianne Mahon;] -- "In this volume, political scientists, sociologists, lawyers, specialists in labor relations, economists, and unionists from Canada and the United States discuss the future of labor-management. Fiona McQuarries Industrial Relations in Canada received wide praise for helping students to understand the complex and sometimes controversial field of Industrial Relations, by using just the right blend of practice, process, and theory. The text engages business students with diverse backgrounds and teaches them how an understanding of this field will help them become better : Fiona Mcquarrie. Industrial restructuring and industrial relations in Canada and the United States Unknown Binding Economic analysis of labour shortages: The case of tool and die makers in Ontario (Occasional paper / Ontario Economic Council).
In the minds of most people, the home has stood apart from the world of work. Bringing the factory or office into the home challenges this division. From the s, when New York cigarmakers attempted to end tenement competition, to New Deal prohibitions in the s, gender ideologies shaped the battle over homework. But by the s, the middle-class mother at the keyboard replaced the. Industrial Relations in Canada provides students with an insightful look into the relationships between labour, management, and government agencies. By balancing theory and research with practical, real world examples, students learn about the complex and dynamic world of industrial s: Wolfgang Streeck () ‘Industrial Relations and Industrial Change: The Restructuring of the World Automobile Industry in the s and s’, Economic and Industrial Democracy, 8, pp. –62; CrossRef Google Scholar. Canada was the first colony to industrialize, and it did so in the third quarter of the 19th century. Although well after Great Britain and Belgium, this was only a decade or so behind the United States, more or less contemporaneous with France, and well ahead of Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, and Russia.
Yong Zhen, in China’s Capital Markets, M&A and capital operation in China’s markets. M&A are also used for industrial restructuring and integration in China’s capital markets, which is sometimes called capital operation and was once quite popular. Through buying a shell company, which is normally a listed company with poor performance, a listed company can control the . Verma, A. & Kochan, Thomas A., (). Two paths to innovations in industrial relations: the case of Canada and the United States (Industrial Relations Research Association Proceedings of the Spring Meeting). Labor law journal. Commerce Clearing . Abstract. After several decades of growth, Canada’s automotive industry reached peak levels of production and employment in The growth of the automotive industry in Canada was the result of innovative trade policies, labor cost, and productivity advantages vis-à-vis the US, and favorable currency exchange rates. This book contains nine papers presented during a year-long series of seminars and a conference that analyzed the relationship between economic restructuring and industrial relations involving the joint academics, union leaders, government officials, business executives, and graduate fellows.