Organized Labor in the Asian-Pacific Region: A Comparative Study of Trade Unionism in Nine Countries

TitleOrganized Labor in the Asian-Pacific Region: A Comparative Study of Trade Unionism in Nine Countries
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsFrenkel, Stephen J.
PublisherILR Press
CityIthaca, NY
KeywordsAsia, labor movement, labor unions, organized labor, Pacific
Abstract

Table of Contents:
1. Theoretical Frameworks and Empirical Contexts of Trade Unionism / Stephen Frenkel
2. Chinese Trade Unions: Structure and Function in a Decade of Economic Reform, 1979-89 / Malcolm Warner
3. Union Unevenness and Insecurity in Thailand / Andrew Brown, Stephen Frenkel
4. State Regulation and Union Fragmentation in Malaysia / Ponniah Arudsothy, Craig R. Littler
5. The Korean Union Movement in Transition / Hwang-Joe Kim
6. The Resurgence and Fragility of Trade Unions in Taiwan / Stephen Frenkel, Jon-Chao Hong, Bih-Ling Lee
7. Dependent Capitalism, a Colonial State, and Marginal Unions: The Case of Hong Kong / David A. Levin, Stephen Chiu
8. Corporatist Trade Unionism in Singapore / Chris Leggett
9. Australian Trade Unionism and the New Social Structure of Accumulation / Stephen Frenkel
10. Unions in Crisis: Deregulation and Reform of the New Zealand Union Movement / Nigel Haworth
11. Variations in Patterns of Trade Unionism: A Synthesis / Stephen Frenkel