mid+term+review - Mar. 3, 2011 Introduction Comparative...

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Introduction Comparative working conditions in the US and other advanced countries: do workers in other advanced countries face the same problems as American workers? What are the lessons from these comparisons? Theory/Framework Industrial relations system The strategic choice model of industrial relations Varieties of capitalism and corresponding features of employment relations Varieties of trade unionism: business unionism, welfare unionism, social partner unionism, social movement unionism Major union revitalization strategies in developed countries
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Major characteristics of the Canadian employment relations system: especially the government and labor legal system Characteristics of collective bargaining Union evolution in Canada: the rise and fall of international unions Canadian-American Differences in Union Density: why? Union security rules
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course LABOR STUD 575:301 taught by Professor Liu during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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