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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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