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This book considers why there are such great international differences in the way employment relations are organized within the firm. Taking account of the growing evidence that international diversity is not being wiped out by 'globalization', it sets out from the theory of the firm, and explains why firms and workers should use the employment relationship as the basis for their economic cooperation.…mehr

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This book considers why there are such great international differences in the way employment relations are organized within the firm. Taking account of the growing evidence that international diversity is not being wiped out by 'globalization', it sets out from the theory of the firm, and explains why firms and workers should use the employment relationship as the basis for their economic cooperation.
Autorenporträt
David Marsden is presently a Reader in Industrial Relations at the London School of Economics. His career has also taken him to Aix-en-Provence, Trier, and Rome as a Visiting Professor. He has researched extensively on comparative industrial relations and labour markets, and he has worked with the ILO, the OECD, the European Commission, and the World Bank. At present, he also acts as a member of a team of advisors to European Commissioner Edith Cresson on education and training policies in the EU.