4 edition of Comparative industrial systems found in the catalog.
Comparative industrial systems
|LC Classifications||HB90 .B82 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||81009433|
Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II Donor alibris External-identifierPages: global market. Comparative economic systems are often viewed as a divergence of traditional economics types: free and planned economies with a new type of mixed systems. This course focused on the comparison of three main types of economics systems: Anglo .
Minimum Wages, Pay Equity, and Comparative Industrial Relations (Routledge Research in Employment Relations #30) this book offers a timely analysis of the purpose and effectiveness of minimum wages in different European countries. to be mindful of the interconnections with the changing national systems of industrial relations, and to Author: Damian Grimshaw. Read this book on Questia. This study was begun as an attempt to answer the general question of why industrial managerial activity and the effectiveness of management in terms of economic progress seemed to vary sharply between different countries.
The evidence in this book shows that interests and objectives change over time and differ across industries and countries. Investigating the pay bargaining strategies of unions and employers in cleaning, security, retail, and construction, this book’s industry case studies show how minimum wage policy interacts with collective bargaining to. His research focuses on comparative industrial relations and organized interests. Book publications include National Labour Relations in Internationalized Markets (with S. Blaschke and B. Kittel) (Oxford University Press ), and Handbook of Business Interest Associations, Firm Size and Governance (with G. Huemer) (Routledge ).
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Martin C. Schnitzer received his PH.D. in Economics from the University of Florida. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in International Management at Virginia Tech. Professor Schnitzer is an author of 10 books, including COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC SYSTEMS, as well as numerous by: The Second Edition of Comparative Health Systems: A Global Perspective addresses emerging events, advances, reforms, and challenges in the delivery of health care around the world.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work compares the economic systems of regions from free /5(5). This major new textbook provides a concise introduction to employment and industrial relations. Unlike many other textbooks, this adopts a comparative approach, examining the changing nature of employment practices in relation to the processes of globalization, and engaging critically with the literature on Human Resource Management.
By taking account of Author: Jack Eaton. Comparative industrial systems: industry under capitalism, central planning and self-management. Comparative economic systems • Market systems – Libertarians – Monetarists – Keynesians – Industrial policy school – Advocates of income policy (price and incomes control) • Non-market systems – Indicative planning – Directive planning • Property, capitalism and socialism – Economic systems based on private propertyFile Size: 1MB.
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