2 edition of The legacy of communist labor relations found in the catalog.
The legacy of communist labor relations
David G. Blanchflower
1993 by London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance in London .
Written in English
|Statement||David G. Blanchflower and Richard B. Freeman.|
|Series||Economic performance discussion paper series / London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance -- no.180, Economic performance discussionpaper (London School of Economics, Centre for Economic Performance) -- no.180.|
|Contributions||Freeman, Richard B.|
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The legacy of communist labor relations. [David Blanchflower; Richard B Freeman; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper contrasts International Social Science Programme (ISSP) surveys for Hungary, supplemented with related survey data for East Germany, Poland, and Slovenia, with ISSP data for Downloadable.
This paper contrasts International Social Science Programme (ISSP) surveys for Hungary, supplemented with related survey data for East Germany, Poland, and Slovenia, with ISSP data for Western countries, to examine the extent to which workers in traditionally communist societies differ in their attitudes toward work conditions, wage inequality, the role of unions and the role of This paper uses the International Social Science Programme (ISSP) surveys for Hungary and a set of Western countries, supplemented with related survey data for East Germany, Poland, and Slovenia, to examine the extent to which workers in traditionally communist societies differ in their attitudes towards work conditions, wage inequality, the role of the unions and the role of the state in The Attitudinal Legacy of Communist Labor Relations Article (PDF Available) in Industrial and Labor Relations Review 50(3) February with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads' Consistent with their hypothesis that communist-run economies left an attitudinal “legacy,” the authors find that the citizens of former communist countries evinced a greater desire for egalitarianism, less satisfaction with their Jobs, and more support for strong trade unions and state intervention in the Job market and economy than did One Legacy or Many.
Communist-Era Labor Institutions Compared The common features of industrial relations across communist countries are seen as a key reason for labor weakness across postcommunist settings (Kubicek, ; Ost and Crowley, ).
Emergent differences in aspects of communist-era labor& By the Ore Docks is an extraordinary and exhaustively researched examination of the contribution and enduring legacy of Communist and radical organizers to the contemporary labor movement and progressive politics.
Their book is easily accessible and readable for a broader audience interested in labor history and radical politics. — Work on the transition from communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union has emphasized the 'polity' and the 'economy'; this book analyzes the 'society', and thereby helps fill an important gap in the literature.
It endeavors to summarize developments and impose some coherence on the subject by treating four basic areas: ethnic issues, deviance and health, social cleavages, and labor and legacies of communist-era labor relations matter, w e turn to the evolution of labor politics in postcommunist Russia and China.
68 Studies in Comparative International Dev elopment / Summer She concludes that ‘post-communist unions might be weak not only because of economic or political conditions but also because they are still heavily influenced by the legacy of communist workplace relations’ (Frege, ).
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