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The New Division of Labour : Emerging Forms of Work Organisation in International Perspective - Wolfgang Littek

The New Division of Labour

Emerging Forms of Work Organisation in International Perspective

By: Wolfgang Littek (Editor), Tony Charles (Editor)

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Published: 14th September 1995
For Ages: 22+ years old
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Preface
Introductionp. 1
Trust as a Basis of Work Organisationp. 15
Meta-Corporations and Open Labour Markets: Some Consequences of the Reintegration of Conception and Execution in a Volatile Economyp. 57
New Production Concepts and the Restructuring of Workp. 95
Gender and Technology: An Appraisal of the Labour Process Debatep. 137
Globalisation, New Production Systems and the Spatial Division of Labourp. 161
Continuities and Discontinuities in the Sociology of the Division of Labourp. 209
The New Division of Labour in Europep. 235
The Changing Face of Service Work in European Countriesp. 263
New Technologies and Post-Taylorist Regulation Models: Production Planning Systems in French, Italian, and German Enterprisesp. 287
The Social Foundations of Technical Innovation: Engineers in the Division of Labour in France and Japanp. 317
Lean Production in Japan: Myth and Realityp. 349
Taylorism Never Got Hold of Skilled White-Collar Work in Gemanyp. 373
Innovation, Employment Systems and Division of Labour: An Analysis of the Canadian Banking Sectorp. 397
Office Work, Gender and Technological Change: The Portuguese Casep. 419
The Division of Labour between Centre and Periphery in Industrial Networks: The Case of Galicia, Spainp. 437
Frictions in the New Division of Labour: Cooperation between Producers and Suppliers in the German Automobile Industryp. 457
Technological Change and Work Relations in the British Coal Mining Industryp. 473
Job Redesign at Finnish Shipyards - Causes and Consequencesp. 491
Notes on Contributorsp. 509
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ISBN: 9783110139723
ISBN-10: 3110139723
Series: De Gruyter Studies in Organization
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 527
Published: 14th September 1995
Publisher: De Gruyter
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.5  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.02