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Why do national labor market practices continue to diverge in a global economy?
|Series||Institute for European studies working paper ;, no. 98.6|
|Contributions||Cornell University. Institute for European Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD5710.7 .C48 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||99191466|
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NATIONAL LABOR MARKET PRACTICES IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 3 countries. Primarily, it suggests that choices with respect to the use of labor are not solely dependent on the strength of collective bargaining institutions and state intervention (although these are obviously important) but are embedded in a wider governance framework (Aoki ).
In this article, I expand the theoretical connections between market governance institutions and labor market practices by (1) examining how governance regimes influence the content and degree of labor flexibility and (2) analyzing the U.S.
corporate governance regime as a set of institutions that parallels those of the more “coordinated” by: Yet market governance regimes and labor market institutions in the U.S. are said to engender a very different set of conditions: unstable employment practices and a disincentive on the part Author: Susan Christopherson.
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The “Missing Link” of Investment Rules. Susan Christopherson. Pages: Published online: 22. Why Do National Labor Market Practices Continue to Diverge in the Global Economy.
The “Missing Link” of Investment Rules*. Economic Geography, Vol. 78, Issue. 1, by: 38 Why do national labor market practices continue to diverge in the global economy.
The 'missing link' of Investment rules SUSAN CHRISTOPHERSON 39 Variegated capitalism JAMIE PECK AND NIK THEODORE 40 Non-economic Factors in economic geography and in 'New Regionalism': a sympathetic critique COSTIS HADJIMICHALIS. Migration, while more limited by national barriers, has also had an important impact in many places over this time period.
Over this period of technological change and globalization, the role of labor and capital has also changed in important ways throughout the global economy. HBS Working Knowledge: Business Research for Business Leaders. Why do National Labor Market Practices Continue to Diverge in the Global Economy.
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This paper examines the effect of culture on national innovation and prosperity. Because culture shapes the way people think about and behave in regard to risk, opportunities, and rewards, it should influence the nature of entrepreneurial activity and, by extension, economic by: of work and labor in the context of the global economy.
Topics include: the increasing variety of labor processes; the impact of organizational revolutions of the firm on work experiences and the changing nature of labor markets. Special attention is paid to the impact of changing labor processes on women and minors.
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has been able to influence the rules by which the economy runs. As I argue in my new book, Saving The National Labor. The labor market, also known as the job market, refers to the supply and demand for labor in which employees provide the supply and employers the demand.
It is a major component of any economy and is intricately tied in with markets for capital, goods and services. In order to advance the understanding of which types of regional innovation system represent effective innovation support for what kinds of industry in different regions analyses must be contextualized by reference to the actual knowledge base of various industries as well as to the regional and national institutional framework, which strongly shape Cited by:.
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