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  • Author:
    José A. Alemán
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    978-0230623484
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (May 14, 2010)
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    212 pages
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In his ambitious book, José Alemán seeks to assess what the third wave of democratization has meant for labor unions and workers.

Labor Relations in New Democracies explores how democratization has changed the material and political fortunes of workers in the new democracies of Europe, Latin America, and East Asia. It also examines how workers have responded to their newly found environment. In his ambitious book, José Alemán seeks to assess what the third wave of democratization has meant for labor unions and workers. Much of the story is inspired by fascinating case studies of Korea and Chile.

Land productivity is high in Europe and East Asia, very low in most of Africa, Latin America and also the Soviet Union .

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Labor Relations in New Democracies explores how democratization has changed the material and political fortunes of workers in the new democracies of Europe, Latin America, and East Asia. It also examines how workers have responded to their newly found environment. The question is explored through analyses of labor compensation and industrial relations in these countries, and two detailed case studies. The study reveals that where workers have benefited the most from democratization  – in Western Europe – they have also become more militant. At the other end of the spectrum, Eastern European countries, workers have benefitted the least from democratization. As a result, they have experienced declines in their ability to strike.