Books in category Business & Economics – Labor

  • Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism

    Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism
    Donald Filtzer

    Soviet Workers and Late Stalinism is a study of labour and labour policy during the critical period of the Soviet Union's postwar recovery and the last years of Stalin.

  • Employment Relations and HRM in South Korea

    Employment Relations and HRM in South Korea
    Dong-One Kim, Johngseok Bae

    This book explains these seemingly contradictory outcomes of Korean employment relations (ER) and human resource management (HRM) based upon a theoretical framework that incorporates logics of environmental constraints and strategies of …

  • Zwischen Internationalismus und StaatsrĂ son

    Zwischen Internationalismus und Staatsräson
    Leandros Fischer

    Leandros Fischer legt mit diesem Buch die erste umfangreiche wissenschaftliche Arbeit zur Haltung der Partei DIE LINKE zur kontroversen Frage „Nahostkonflikt“ vor.

  • On Coerced Labor

    On Coerced Labor

    On Coerced Labor focuses on forms of labor which, unlike chattel slavery, have received little scholarly attention.

  • Parecon

    Parecon
    Michael Albert

    En esta nueva y elogiada obra, Michael Albert propone una respuesta: economĂ­a participativa (participatory economics en inglĂ©s, de ahĂ­ Parecon), una nueva alternativa econĂłmica al capitalismo construida sobre valores tan familiares como …

  • Basic Income Guarantee and Politics

    Basic Income Guarantee and Politics
    R. Caputo

    This exciting and timely collection brings together international and national scholars and advocates to provide historical overviews of efforts to pass basic income guarantee legislation in their respective countries and/or across regions …

  • Coming Jobs War

    Coming Jobs War
    Jim Clifton

    Gallup chairman and CEO Jim Clifton presents his perspective on current global employment and job creation issues, how these affect society in general, and his recommendations for creating good jobs.

  • Myth and Measurement

    Myth and Measurement
    David Edward Card, Alan B. Krueger

    This pathbreaking book suggests that economists know less about what the invisible hand is up to than they let on.

  • Childhood in the Promised Land

    Childhood in the Promised Land
    Laura Lee Downs

    At the same time, the book sheds light on classic questions of social control, highlighting the active role of the children in shaping their experiences.

  • Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society

    Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society
    Francesca Ricciardi, Antoine Harfouche

    This book presents a collection of original research papers focusing on emerging issues regarding the role of information and communication technologies in organizations, inter-organizational systems, and society.

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