Trade unions and labour movements in the Asia-Pacific region / edited by Byoung-Hoon Lee, Sek-Hong Ng and Russell D. Lansbury.  (Text) (Text)

Yi, Pyong-hun, 1958- | Ng, Sek Hong | Lansbury, Russell D
Call no.: HD6796 .T733 2020Series: Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia: 143.Publication: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, c2020Description: xxx, 320 p. : illISBN: 0367190494; 9780367190491Subject(s): Labor unions -- Pacific AreaLabor movement -- Pacific AreaLOC classification: HD6796 | .T733 2020
Contents:Part 1 Introduction -- 1. Refining varieties of unions and labour movements: perspectives from the Asia-Pacific region -- 2. Perspectives on Asian unionism as a regional pattern -- Part 2 Country chapters -- 3. Australian unions: crisis, strategy, survival -- 4. Unions and alternative forms of worker representation in China in an era of privatisation and globalisation -- 5. Compatibles or incompatibles: Hong Kong unions as one brand of `Asian unionism' -- 6. Trade unions and globalising India: towards a more inclusive workers' movement? -- 7. Bucking the trend: union renewal in democratic Indonesia -- 8. Changes in the labour market and employment relationships in Japan -- 9. Malaysian trade unions in the twenty-first century: failed revitalisation in a market economy -- 10. Worker representation in a segmented and globalised Philippine economy -- 11. From worker representation to worker empowerment: the case of Singapore -- 12. Labour unions and worker representation in South Korea -- 13. Still trapped between the state and management: unions and worker -- representation in Taiwan in an era of globalisation -- 14. Unions and labour representation in Thailand: weakness continued -- 15. The reform of Vietnam trade union and the government's role since doi moi -- Part 3 Conclusion -- 16. Reflections on varieties of union movements and worker representation in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part 1 Introduction -- 1. Refining varieties of unions and labour movements: perspectives from the Asia-Pacific region -- 2. Perspectives on Asian unionism as a regional pattern -- Part 2 Country chapters -- 3. Australian unions: crisis, strategy, survival -- 4. Unions and alternative forms of worker representation in China in an era of privatisation and globalisation -- 5. Compatibles or incompatibles: Hong Kong unions as one brand of `Asian unionism' -- 6. Trade unions and globalising India: towards a more inclusive workers' movement? -- 7. Bucking the trend: union renewal in democratic Indonesia -- 8. Changes in the labour market and employment relationships in Japan -- 9. Malaysian trade unions in the twenty-first century: failed revitalisation in a market economy -- 10. Worker representation in a segmented and globalised Philippine economy -- 11. From worker representation to worker empowerment: the case of Singapore -- 12. Labour unions and worker representation in South Korea -- 13. Still trapped between the state and management: unions and worker -- representation in Taiwan in an era of globalisation -- 14. Unions and labour representation in Thailand: weakness continued -- 15. The reform of Vietnam trade union and the government's role since doi moi -- Part 3 Conclusion -- 16. Reflections on varieties of union movements and worker representation in the Asia-Pacific region.

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