Books in category Political Science – Labor & Industrial Relations

  • Income Inequality in America

    Income Inequality in America
    Paul Ryscavage

    Paul Ryscavage, a noted labor economist, seeks to analyze various aspects of a major contemporary economic problem: the growing inequality of income in society.

  • Workers and Canadian History

    Workers and Canadian History
    Gregory S. Kealey

    This collection of twelve essays by Gregory Kealey, will be of great interest to students and scholars of Canadian history, labour history, Marxist and socialist theory and history, and political science.

  • Free Labor

    Free Labor
    John Krinsky

    One of former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s proudest accomplishments is his expansion of the Work Experience Program, which uses welfare recipients to do routine work once done by unionized city workers.

  • Workers and Labour in a Globalised Capitalism

    Workers and Labour in a Globalised Capitalism
    Maurizio Atzeni

    This new text brings together international experts on work and employment from a range of disciplines to debate key themes and issues related to work in a globalised economy.

  • Consuming Mexican Labor

    Consuming Mexican Labor
    Ronald L. Mize, Alicia C. S. Swords

    In this timely book, Mize and Swords dissect the social relations that define how corporations, consumers, and states involve Mexican immigrant laborers in the politics of production and consumption.

  • China Power Sector Regulation in a Socialist Market Economy Parts 63 361

    China: Power Sector Regulation in a Socialist Market Economy, Parts 63-361
    Shiwei Shao

    Based on a report by a World Bank task force, this book provides a candid assessment of the Bank's operations in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and Retail Food Prices

    Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and Retail Food Prices
    International Labour Office

    This publication sets out the latest results of the ILO October 2006 inquiry, a worldwide survey of wages and hours of work relating to 159 occupations in 49 industry groups and of retail prices of 93 food items.

  • Women Adrift

    Women Adrift
    Joanne J. Meyerowitz

    . . . She deserves praise for her demographic spadework, sensitive analysis, and engaging style. This is a valuable and rewarding book."—Nancy Woloch, Journal of American History "A state-of-the-art product of the new women's history. . .

  • Organizing at the Margins

    Organizing at the Margins
    Jennifer Jihye Chun

    In Organizing at the Margins, Jennifer Jihye Chun focuses on this shift as it takes place in two countries: South Korea and the United States.

  • Restraining Equality

    Restraining Equality
    Robert Brian Howe, David Johnson

    'The authors of this work adopt an even-handed approach that is sympathetic to the pressures faced by human rights agencies but that also recognizes the defects in the existing system … this point of view makes a very useful contribution …

1 2 3 4 5 Next >