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[Excerpt] Labor, management, and government engage in complex interactions in emerging countries, and these interactions strongly influence the evolution of labor relations in those countries. For example, unions and other workers’ movements in some countries have aligned with a particular political party or in some cases are the core constituents of a labor party that is active in the political arena. This chapter will discuss cases where particular unions were aligned with the governing leaders or party. Another way unions and workers have influenced governments is through their involvement in protests or other political actions that are part of democratization campaigns or movements. As will be discussed in this chapter, some of these efforts to promote democracy have succeeded in recent years and have led to major political transformations in particular countries.


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Katz, Harry C., & Kochan, T. A., & Colvin, A. J. S. (2015). Labor, management, and interactions [Electronic version]. In Labor relations in a globalizing world (pp. 27-51). Ithaca, NY: ILR Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, ILR School site: