Putting Labour in its Place : Labour Process Analysis and Global Value Chains, Hardback Book

Putting Labour in its Place : Labour Process Analysis and Global Value Chains Hardback

Edited by Kirsty Newsome, Philip Taylor, Jennifer Bair, Al Rainnie

Part of the Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment series

Description

Part of the Comparative Work and Employment Relations series, Putting Labour in its Place is an edited collection, containing cutting-edge research and theoretical innovation on global value chains, the nature of work and labour process theory.

It addresses the different processes around the world that each add value to the goods or services being produced; whilst also analysing the idea of labour itself and the exploitation surrounding it. Key benefits:* Written by leading international academics* A landmark text combining the growing interest in global value chains with labour process theory* Provides up-to-date critical analysis of global developments

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  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 312 pages, 312 p.
  • Publisher: Macmillan Education UK
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Organizational theory & behaviour
  • ISBN: 9781137410382

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