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Trade Unionism since 1945: Towards a Global History. Volume 1

Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East


Craig Phelan

Contents: Craig Phelan: Introduction – Patrick Pasture: Belgian Trade Unions: Between Social Movement and Service Centre – Guy Groux: France: The State, Trade Unions, and Collective Bargaining - Reform or Impasse? – Stephen J. Silvia: German Trade Unionism in the Postwar Years: The Third and Fourth Movements – Valeria Pulignano: An Historical Analysis of Trade Unionism in Italy: Between Pluralism of Ideas and Unity of Action – Miguel Martínez Lucio/Kerstin Hamann: Trade Unions and the Politics of Renewal in Spain in Historical Context: Making and Enacting Regulation and Representation – Anders Kjellberg: The Swedish Model of Industrial Relations: Self-Regulation and Combined Centralisation-Decentralisation – Keith Laybourn: Trade Unionism in Britain since 1945 – László Neumann: The History of Trade Unionism in Hungary, 1945-2002 – David Ost/Michal Wenzel: Trade Unionism in Poland since 1945 – Paul Kubicek: Ukrainian Trade Unions since 1945 – Piet Konings: The History of Trade Unionism in Cameroon – Itzhak Harpaz: Trade Unionism in Israel since 1945: Its Origins and Functions – Ifeanyi P. Onyeonoru/Jimi O. Adesina: Trade Unions in Nigeria since 1945 – Sakhela Buhlungu/Edward Webster: Workers Divided, Workers Uniting: South African Unions since 1945 – Freek Schiphorst: Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions.