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Work and Employment Relations in the Automobile Industry

by Elsie Charron

Work and Employment Relations in the Automobile Industry Synopsis

This book examines the form and character of the internationalisation of employee relations in the automobile industry. It goes on to examine the impact of the new forms of regionalization and their impact on employment relations within firms. Case studies are used to examine the transformation of employment standards, including General Motors, Toyota, Renault, FIAT and Peugeot. The book also assesses the significance of the emergence of regional integration processes in the form of regional economic spaces (EC, Nafta, Mercusor and ASEAN).

Book Information

ISBN: 9781403904980
Publication date: 19th December 2003
Author: Elsie Charron
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 297 pages
Categories: Industrial relations, Labour economics, Road vehicle manufacturing industry,

About Elsie Charron

JOSE RICARDO RAMALHO Professor of Sociology, Federal University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil MARCO AURELIO SANTANA Associate Professor of Sociology, Federal University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil LUIS PAOLO BRESCIANI Director for Economic Development, City Government at Santo Andre, Brazil RUY QUADROS Assistant Professor, Department of Science and Technology, Unicamp, Brazil LUIS ANTONIO CARDOSO Professor and Researcher, Rio de Janiero North State University, Brazil LUDGER PRIES Chair of Sociology of Organizations and Participation Studies, Department of Social Science, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany MYEONG-KEE CHUNG Professor of Economics, Hannam University, Korea ANDY DANFORD Employment Studies Research Unit, University of West of England ...

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