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The present paper sets out an explanatory framework for understanding Third World industrial relations systems. In the framework, distinct features of the Third World industrial relations systems are explained from a macro-based analysis of the past and present social, political and economic...
Even though identifying the causes of economic growth has been the subject of numerous empirical studies, little is known about the impact of inter-country variations in unionization on differences in economic growth between countries. To fill this apparent gap in the literature, the primary...
The Industrial Relations Commission of Victoria and its Conciliation and Arbitration Boards were established by the Industrial Relations Act 1979. The Act introduced some fundamental structural and procedural changes into the Victorian system, though the traditional emphasis on an informal and...
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