Democratic Institutions Of Undemocratic Individuals: Privatizations, Labor, and Democracy in Turkey and Argentina by Peride K. BlindDemocratic Institutions Of Undemocratic Individuals: Privatizations, Labor, and Democracy in Turkey and Argentina by Peride K. Blind

Democratic Institutions Of Undemocratic Individuals: Privatizations, Labor, and Democracy in Turkey…

byPeride K. Blind

Hardcover | January 8, 2009

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This book carries out a systematic analysis of the effects of economic globalization on democratization. The author studies the labour institutions of Turkey and Argentina from three criteria of internal functioning, external participation, and structural organization.
PERIDE K. BLIND is an Associate Government and Public Administration Officer at the United Nations.
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Title:Democratic Institutions Of Undemocratic Individuals: Privatizations, Labor, and Democracy in Turkey…Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:January 8, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230611583

ISBN - 13:9780230611580

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Democratic Institutions of Undemocratic Individuals A Recipe for Deciphering Democratization Today: Privatizations and Labor History of Labor Developments in Turkey: From State-Dependent to Cautiously Autonomous Unionism History of Labor Developments in Argentina: From Peronist to Cautiously Independent Unionism Turkish Labor in the Global Era: Autonomous Unions and Transiently Unified Workers Argentine Labor in the Global Era: More Plural Unions and Atomized Workers Effects of Privatizations on Labor: A Cross-Cultural Comparison and Implications for Democratization Bibliography

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“This is an important study that will be valuable for scholars of comparative politics and public policy as well as for practitioners working on issues concerning privatization and economic reforms.”--Sabri Sayari, Sabanci University