French Industrial Relations in the New World Economy by Nick Parsons
(Routledge Research in Employment Relations)

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Examining the traditionally predominant role of the state in shaping employment patterns and social policy in France, French Industrial Relations in the New World Economy analyzes the impact of globalization on French industrial relations.


Looking at the changing economic context of industrial relations, this important text places particular emphasis on the notion of a shift from a national, Fordist form of employment regulation, to an international, post-Fordist form - examining in detail the impact of this shift on the role of the French state and on the balance of power between employer and trade union organizations.


Including chapters on employer organizations, collective bargaining, the role of the state, and workplace representation, French Industrial Relations in the New World Economy explores this fascinating topic in detail and provides a detailed resource for postgraduates studying trade unions, industrial and employee relations, and industrial studies in general.

 

About Nick Parsons

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Susan Milner is in the Department of European Studies, University of Bath. Nick Parsons is in the Department of European Studies, University of Cardiff.
 
Published May 7, 2007 by Routledge. 236 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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