Publication Date

1-2002

Abstract

[Excerpt] With their stress on complexity, contradiction, and flux, these books provide a solid analytical foundation and a wide-ranging comparative framework for researchers now seeking to understand the new, post-Seattle period. They also provide insights and ideas for activists confronting the neo-liberal offensive against workers' rights.

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Suggested Citation
Compa, L. (2002). [Review of the books The global economy, national states, and the regulation of labour, Globalization and patterns of labour resistance, and The state and globalization]. [Electronic version]. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 55(2), 360-362.


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