Industrial Relations in China (review)

Industrial Relations in China (review) does offer an encyclopedic account of the Scheut fathers in the Ordos, so I recommend it for university and theology-school libraries. Kathleen L. Lodwick Kathleen L. Lodwick writes from Pennsylvania State University/Berks-Lehigh Valley College. Bill Taylor, Chang Kai, and Li Qi. Industrial Relations in China. Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (MA): Edward Elgar, 2003. 264 pp. Hardcover 95.00, isbn ­84064­578­4. Readers will find this book extremely useful as a close reading of the policies of the central government of the People's Republic of China and the principal institutional legacies of socialism as pertaining to state-sector employment and workplace management. The authors--noted scholars in Hong Kong and mainland China--provide expert guidance in sorting through two decades of adjustments, both dramatic and subtle, in policies and institutions that many China observers may not have had the patience to follow or the open-mindedness to interpret without a presumed bias against China's conservative policy makers. The authors point out that despite broad continuities in the reform logic of the party-state, the actual formal organization, rules, and norms of industrial relations have begotten inconsistencies that work against the emergence of a basic model that approximates class relations and labor management in the West or http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Industrial Relations in China (review)

China Review International, Volume 12 (1) – Dec 6, 2005

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does offer an encyclopedic account of the Scheut fathers in the Ordos, so I recommend it for university and theology-school libraries. Kathleen L. Lodwick Kathleen L. Lodwick writes from Pennsylvania State University/Berks-Lehigh Valley College. Bill Taylor, Chang Kai, and Li Qi. Industrial Relations in China. Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (MA): Edward Elgar, 2003. 264 pp. Hardcover 95.00, isbn ­84064­578­4. Readers will find this book extremely useful as a close reading of the policies of the central government of the People's Republic of China and the principal institutional legacies of socialism as pertaining to state-sector employment and workplace management. The authors--noted scholars in Hong Kong and mainland China--provide expert guidance in sorting through two decades of adjustments, both dramatic and subtle, in policies and institutions that many China observers may not have had the patience to follow or the open-mindedness to interpret without a presumed bias against China's conservative policy makers. The authors point out that despite broad continuities in the reform logic of the party-state, the actual formal organization, rules, and norms of industrial relations have begotten inconsistencies that work against the emergence of a basic model that approximates class relations and labor management in the West or

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