Competition, Power and Industrial Flexibility assesses the varying
ways in which automobile assemblers in several countries of East
and Southeast Asia, Europe and the Americas have sought to enhance
their efficiency and flexibility in response to heightened global
competition during the 1980s and early 1990s. It then explores the
implications of such managerial strategies for workers and trade
unions, and the responses of unions in seeking to preserve or
enhance worker welfare and voice under industrial restructuring.
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