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By Peter Fairbrother, Al Rainnie

ISBN-10: 0203963814

ISBN-13: 9780203963814

ISBN-10: 0415375517

ISBN-13: 9780415375511

Globalisation, nation and Labour combines a brand new theoretical strategy with comparative research – making sure that it'll be of important curiosity to a person thinking about the globalization debate, the way forward for the kingdom, and arranged labour. It shows how although the global is present process huge, immense adjustments related to politics, the financial system and society, the placement and position of the nation, and the importance of country coverage during this procedure, is seriously contested. providing a well timed chance to check and re-assess the fashionable kingdom on the subject of labour, the essays integrated during this textual content, written through top researchers within the sector, increase a brand new theoretical framework that places paintings, employees and their agencies on the middle of reading kingdom restructuring. utilizing significant experiences from 4 international locations (UK, Denmark, Australia and New Zealand), the members problem many preconceptions relating to globalization and labour association - together with the notions that the nation is being marginalized by means of the methods of globalization, and that the exchange unions have gotten inappropriate.  

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Second, the acquiescence of labour could no longer be taken for granted by governments or the supra-national agencies that promoted policies for a hollowedout state.

Don’t discuss them with the labour movement. Don’t listen to any protests made by the labour movement and others. Make the changes as soon as possible as there are nearly four years to the next election. (Kelsey, 1999: 101) By default, if nothing else, Richardson acknowledged the processes of the importance of labour in state restructuring. Tours of New Zealand organised by the World Bank Learning Leadership Centre for government officials, journalists, politicians and bank staff from around the world emphasised the New Zealand model as ‘conventional Washington consensus reforms’ with four special characteristics: first the changes were comprehensive across all sectors; second, without exception, the best possible policies were implemented; third, the approach was non-ideological, initiated by a left of centre government; and fourth, the separation of desired general outcomes from specific outputs with performance contracting of civil servants was novel (Kelsey, 1999: 109).

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