Autonomy, Collectives and Political Dilemmas
Edited By Christian Azaïs
Its contextualisation of globalising labour and employment market, perceived as process, constitutes the originality of the book. Globalisation is understood through a single process of both standardisation and differentiation, which also underscores its political agenda. The globalising process incorporates trends of convergent and somewhat undifferentiated Southern and Northern situations in labour and employment.
Strong political perspectives thereby emerge to help understand changes in current capitalism and question the longstanding North to South paradigm. As labour and employment markets standardise and differentiate, what other problematical threads can be pulled to strengthen the hypothesis that trends converge within a single globalising process? The comparative concepts and tools proposed in this volume help to answer these queries.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. Labour and Employment in a Globalising World 1 1 Christian Azais PART I. INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS: WHAT HAS CHANGED IN LABOUR MARKET POLTCIES? The Brazilian Labour Market. Structural Features, "New" Flexibilisation ...
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