Contents: Mobilisation in a comparative perspective: developing the analytical framework – Privatisation as counter-mobilisation:
on the meaning and origins of privatisation – Privatisation in the UK and Argentina: driving forces and rationales – Comparative
industrial relations: trade unions (re-)sources of power in both countries – The anti-privatisation campaigns in the light
of mobilisation theory – The forms of counter-mobilisation: the politics of money (severance packages, shares, personal contracts,
businesses) – Privatisation and collective bargaining: the end of centralisation and the beginning of inter-union competition
– Organisational change, leadership styles and decision-making: convergences and divergences in the UK and Argentina.