Contents: 1. Introduction Part I: Institutional Arrangements 2. The Role of Government 3. Enterprises and Managers 4. Workers 5. Trade Unions Part II: Industrial Relations Processes 6. Participation 7. Labour Conflict and Settlement 8. Collective Contract 9. Conclusion References Index
Bill Taylor, Associate Professor, Department of Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong, Kai Chang, Professor, Faculty of Labour and Human Resource Management, People's University, Beijing, China and Qi Li, formerly Associate Professor, Faculty of Labour Economics, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, China
'The authors take a comprehensive approach to analyzing industrial relations in China, in the sense that this book covers the history of industrial relations, the actors in industrial relations, and the industrial relations processes in China. This book also provides detailed and systematic information about those topics. Thus, this book is a valuable volume for researchers, business persons, and lawyers who are interested in human resource management and industrial relations in China.'