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Democracy at Work in an Indian Industrial Cooperative
The Story of Kerala Dinesh Beedi
Richard W. Franke, Pyralal Raghavan, T. M. Thomas Isaac
The authors tell the story of a democratic workers' cooperative that makes hand-rolled cigarettes, known as "beedis," in the unorganized sector of a fiercely competitive capitalist economy in India. For decades, beedi workers have been among the...



The Diary of a Shirtwaist Striker
Theresa Serber Malkiel
"It is splendid, finally, to have this novel back in print . . . . Nothing before or since has so successfully captured the political and emotional spirit of the women's strike of 1909."—Alice Kessler-Harris, Rutgers University



Disintegrating Democracy at Work
Labor Unions and the Future of Good Jobs in the Service Economy
Virginia Doellgast
Virginia Doellgast contends that high pay and good working conditions are possible even for marginal service jobs. This outcome, however, depends on strong unions and encompassing collective bargaining institutions.



Disparaged Success
Labor Politics in Postwar Japan
Ikuo Kume
Japanese scholars have begun to challenge conventional wisdom about effective labor organizing, and Ikuo Kume has written the first book in English to advance their controversial theory. Since at least the early 1980s, the power of organized labor...



Disunited States of America
Employment Relations Systems in Conflict
The authors describe several dimensions of labor policy differentiation across the states as well as examine the underlying dynamics.



Dying to Work
Death and Injury in the American Workplace
Jonathan D. Karmel
In Dying to Work, Jonathan Karmel raises our awareness of unsafe working conditions with accounts of workers who were needlessly injured or killed on the job. Based on heart-wrenching interviews Karmel conducted with injured workers and surviving family members across the country, the stories in this book are introduced in a way that helps...



Empire in Wood
A History of the Carpenters' Union
Robert A. Christie
First published in 1956, Empire in Wood is the definitive history of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America.



Employee Ownership and Shared Capitalism
New Directions in Research
Employee Ownership and Shared Capitalism illuminates shared capitalism's complexity as an organizational, psychological, sociological, and economic phenomenon that requires deep interdisciplinary understanding.



Employee Pensions
Policies, Problems, and Possibilities
This volume outlines a fresh view on pension plans from the perspective of both the employer and employee, describing the possibilities in American labor relations and in Congress to meet employers' needs to compete and to fulfill the enduring desire...



Employee Representation
Alternatives and Future Directions



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