Working Paper 10. Organsing unions, organising communities? Trades unions councils and community union politics in England and Wales
Taylor, Graham; Mathers, Andrew
The division of labour between labour economists and organisation theorists results in there being little or no (epistemic) connection between the disciplines of labour economics and organization theory, and little or no recognition of the (ontic) connection between the phenomena of labour markets and organizations. This paper transcends disciplinary boundaries to develop connections between organizations, especially business organisations, and labour markets.
Taylor, G., & Mathers, A. (2008). Working Paper 10. Organsing unions, organising communities? Trades unions councils and community union politics in England and Wales
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 2008|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|Keywords||trade union, community union, politics, England, Wales|
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