Union of Parts

Union of Parts

Labor Politics in Postwar Germany
Kathleen Thelen
Union of Parts examines one of the central puzzles in the economic and political successes of West Germany (FRG). In the decades between world war and reunification with the East, the FRG provided a model for combining high rates of unionization and substantial labor peace—indeed, for collaboration between organized labor and organized capital as both groups faced the dislocations involved in adjusting to a changing global marketplace.




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Public Theater and French Political Culture, 1680–1791
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Series

Cornell Studies in Political Economy

Subjects

History : History / Europe
Labor and Workplace Issues : Industrial and Labor Relations
Political Science : Political Science / Europe

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