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Managing Global Legal Systems : International Employment Regulation and Competitive Advantage - Gary W. Florkowski

Managing Global Legal Systems

International Employment Regulation and Competitive Advantage

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Presenting a framework for understanding the corporate strategy-public policy interface as it relates to human capital management, this unique text treats legal systems as factors that must be actively managed in the firm's larger pursuit of international competitive advantage. It provides readers with the most comprehensive description to date of the role that transnational, regional and national institutions play in the evolution of domestic employment regulation and international labour standards, and discusses the opportunities that employers have to influence their form and application.

High-profile news events from around the world are utilized to illustrate key concepts, offering unique insights into the regulatory environment that MNEs face when managing an international work force. Taking an applied approach to the subject of labour-market regulation on six continents, this book is a valuable reference for students and practitioners alike in the fields of HRM, business management and law.

List of illustrationsp. ix
List of tablesp. x
List of boxesp. xi
List of Legal Systems in Actionp. xii
Forewordp. xiii
List of abbreviationsp. xv
Global legal systems and the employment relationshipp. 1
Government interfaces with IR/HRM systemsp. 1
Framework for managing legal systemsp. 13
Alternative legal systemsp. 19
Overview of chaptersp. 27
Conclusionp. 31
Global institutions and the evolution of employment regulationp. 32
International Labor Organizationp. 34
World Trade Organizationp. 54
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developmentp. 60
Conclusionp. 69
Regional institutions and the evolution of employment regulationp. 71
European Unionp. 73
North American Free Trade Areap. 81
Other blocsp. 89
Conclusionp. 102
National institutions and the evolution of employment regulationp. 105
Heads of state, ministries and agenciesp. 105
Legislatures and parliamentsp. 118
Judiciaryp. 123
Conclusionp. 132
The state and industrial relations in global perspectivep. 134
Union formation and administrationp. 143
Agreement facilitationp. 149
Dispute resolutionp. 155
Conclusionp. 163
Managing domestic and transnational political behaviorp. 167
Dynamics of government-firm relationsp. 171
Wielding political-action mechanismsp. 182
Conclusionp. 185
Managing global legal systems for competitive advantagep. 187
Implications for management practicep. 187
Implications for future researchp. 190
Conclusionp. 196
Appendicesp. 198
Key ministries and agencies for IR and EEO, select countriesp. 198
Supplemental tables: equal employment opportunity, economic security and income security laws, select countriesp. 202
Notesp. 226
Bibliographyp. 235
Internet resourcesp. 260
Indexp. 262
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ISBN: 9780415369442
ISBN-10: 0415369444
Series: Routledge Global Human Resource Management
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 7th July 2006
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 17.15  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.73
Edition Number: 1