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Labor relations in the Netherlands.

John P. Windmuller

Labor relations in the Netherlands.

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

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Your future depends on you. Ignite your career with a educational program. Register Today. Labor Studies Journal () The origin of this book was a conference in October co-sponsored by the Korean Labor Institute and the ILR School of Cornell Howard Stanger. vant to economic performance and policy-making everywhere. This book shows that this conclusion is wrong. In Ireland, the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy, national-level social dialogue and partnership and other national-level interactions between representatives of labor, management, and the Cited by: The essays presented in this book by an international panel of historians and social scientists aim to shed light specifically on the changes which the legal abolition of the slave trade brought about – directly and indirectly – in the labor relations of different regions and continents.

Jun 05,  · Scholars and students (economic and social historians, political scientists) interested in the Netherlands, and in political economy, comparative capitalism, economic change, institutional change, labor relations, welfare state, business systems and economic by: 9.

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