Trends and Prospects in 34 Countries
Edited By Craig Phelan
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Notes on Contributors SARAH ASHWIN is a Reader in Industrial Relations at the London School of Economics. She has been doing research in Russia since 1991. She is the author of Russian Workers: The Anatomy of Patience (1999), and co-author (with Simon Clarke) of Russian Trade Unions and Industrial Relations in Transition (2003). MAURIZIO ATZENI holds a PhD in Industrial Relations. He is researcher at De Montfort University and Coordinator of the network LabourAgain. MARTIN BEHRENS is programme director for European employ- ment relations at the Institute for Economic and Social Research (WSI)/Hans Boeckler Foundation, Düsseldorf. GRACIELA BENSUSÁN is a professor/researcher at the Universidad Autonoma Metroplitana-Xochimilco, and is affiliated with FLACSO in Mexico City. She is the author of numerous books and articles on comparative labour policy, organisations and institutions. LENI BEUKEMA is Associate Professor of Labour Studies in the Department of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences at Utrecht University. Her research activities and publications focus on labour movements, HRM, networked organisations and globalisation/localisation at work. SABINE BLASCHKE is a sociologist and assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Sociology at the University of Vienna, Austria. Her present research interests focus on trade unions, women in trade unions and women’s employment situation. SAKHELA BUHLUNGU is professor of sociology and co-director of the Sociology of Work Unit at the University of the Witwatersrand. Notes on Contributors 564 He has published widely on labour and politics in South Africa, and most recently he edited the volume, Trade Unions and Democracy (2006)...
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