In light of this, this book reviews the relevant existing industrial relations theories and explores their applicability to China. It then proposes a new six-party taxonomy for the analysis of China’s union system and industrial relations, taking into account distinctive industrial relations actors with ‘Chinese characteristics’ and their interrelationships at different social levels. This new taxonomy is then used to provide a broader picture of evolving industrial relations in China.
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Figures and Tables Figure 1.1 Contemporary Chinese Industrial Relations System 20 Figure 2.1 Party-state Structure in China’s Industrial Relations 34 Table 6.1 Summary of Industrial Relations in Dif ferent Enterprises 200
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