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Blue-collar workers in Eastern Europe
Mostly contributions presented at a conference held at Stanford University, May 1980. Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Jan F. Triska, Charles Gati.. --|
|Contributions||Triska, Jan F., Gati, Charles|
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|Pagination||xvi, 302 p. :|
|Number of Pages||302|
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Jan F. Triska and Charles Gati, editors. Blue-Collar Workers in Eastern Europe. London/ Boston/Sydney: George Allen & Unwin, xvi, pp.
Cloth-$, paper$ Distributed in North America by Allen & Unwin, Winchester, Mass. in Canadian-American Slavic StudiesAuthor: Aurel Braun. The willingness of blue-collar workers to move, if only tentatively, toward genuine "social contracts" in Eastern Europe and some of the former Soviet republics reflects the crucial role of political consensus (or the lack thereof) in the post-communist by: Listopia > Blue Collar Book Lists.
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The statistical data provided by EuroStat provide some insight on this: the fraction of workers having achieved Tertiary education in European industry (EU28, NACE code C) grew from % to % between and Crowley and Ost have put together a valuable contribution to the comparative study of labor in postcommunist Eastern Europe including most of the Balkans, the Ukraine, and Russia., Balkan Academic News Book Review.
About the Author. Stephen Crowley is associate professor of politics, Oberlin College. David Ost is professor of political science Cited by: Workers after Workers' States by Stephen Crowley,After decades as the official 'ruling class' of ostensible 'workers' states,' labor in Eastern Europe has fallen dramatically.
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