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Introduction Part 1: Regional Variations in Global Industrial Relations Systems 1. Industrial Relations in North America 2. Industrial Relations in Latin America 3. Industrial Relations in Western Europe 4. Industrial Relations in Eastern Europe 5. Industrial Relations in the Middle East 6. Industrial Relations in Australia and New Zealand 7. Industrial Relations in Asia 8. Industrial Relations in the Indian Subcontinent 9. Industrial Relations in Africa Part 2: Contemporary Themes in Global Industrial Relations 10. International Trends in Unionization 11. International Labour Standards 12. International Collective Bargaining 13. International Conflict: A Comparative Analysis of Strike Trends 14. The Juridification of Industrial Relations 15. Multinationals, Globalization and Industrial Relations

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'This is a book that I would strongly recommend for adoption on any course in international or comparative industrial relations. The particular features which appeal to me are twofold. First, its organizing principles; organizing the chapters by both regional blocks and important, contemporary topics sets it apart from many other edited volumes which have frequently used only one of these principles. And secondly, all the chapters draw extensively on comprehensive, up-to-date research-based evidence. The resulting picture which emerges involves a judicious mixture of international commonalities, regional commonalities, and county specific factors, which make for an engaging read.' - Phillip Beaumont, University of Glasgow, UK


'This is a book that I would strongly recommend for adoption on any course in international or comparative industrial relations. The particular features which appeal to me are twofold. First, its organizing principles; organizing the chapters by both regional blocks and important, contemporary topics sets it apart from many other edited volumes which have frequently used only one of these principles. And secondly, all the chapters draw extensively on comprehensive, up-to-date research-based evidence. The resulting picture which emerges involves a judicious mixture of international commonalities, regional commonalities, and county specific factors, which make for an engaging read.' - Phillip Beaumont, Professor of Employment Relations, University of Glasgow, UK

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