Industrial Relations in China

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 267 pages
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"This enlightening book provides the first systematic introduction to, and exploration of, the emerging system of industrial relations in China, and draws on the authors' extensive research and direct involvement in the developments taking place.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Institutional arrangements
15
The role of government
17
Enterprises and managers
47
Workers
77
Trade unions
102
Industrial relations processes
131
Participation
133
Labour conflict and settlement
155
Collective contract
182
Conclusion
207
References
231
Index
257
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Page 2 - This relationship has two essential features: it is fundamentally a conflict relation, between owners of the means of production and those who sell their labour, and it is a relation based on power.

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