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Where have all the members gone? La sindacalizzazione nell'era della globalizzazione

There have been widespread claims in recent years about the effects of economic globalization on domestic politics. A number of recent studies have raised serious questions about the validity of claims that globalization of trade and financial markets leads to international convergence. This... Full description

1st Person: LANGE, PETER
Additional Persons: SCRUGGS, LYLE verfasserin; Piotti, Geny verfasserin
Source: in Stato e mercato , No. 55 (1) (1999), p. 39-78
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: Italian
Published: 1999
Keywords: research-article
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Summary: There have been widespread claims in recent years about the effects of economic globalization on domestic politics. A number of recent studies have raised serious questions about the validity of claims that globalization of trade and financial markets leads to international convergence. This paper considers the impact of pre-existing institutional arrangements on national responses to globalization, investigating the impact of gloablization on union membership trends in sixteen industrial democracies between 1960 and 1989. We find that the effects of economic globalization are conditional on particular economic institutions, helping to explain divergent trends in union density among these countries.
Item Description: Copyright: Copyright © 1999 Società editrice il Mulino
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
ISSN: 0392-9701

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