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Workers’ Self-management, Recovered Companies and the Sociology of Work
We analyse how far Argentina’s worker-recovered companies (WRCs) have sustained themselves and their principles of equity and workers’ self-management since becoming widespread following theExpand
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When All They Thought Was Solid Melted into Air: Resisting Pauperization in Argentina during the 2002 Crisis
This article examines the actions that millions of new-poor Argentine citizens took when confronted with impoverishment during the country’s economic crisis in 2002. Drawing on World Bank andExpand
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Argentina's 'Nuevos Pobres' since the Corralito: from Despair to Adapting to Downward Mobility
Thesis submitted for MSc in Globalisation and Latin American Development in September 2007.
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Pitching for each others' team: the North American Free Trade Agreement and labor transnationalism
The North American Free Trade Agreement's side accord – the 1994 North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation – has been portrayed as providing an ineffective, bureaucratic procedure for dealingExpand
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Raising the bar: Legislating to achieve diversity in the professions is only half of the story
Purpose – Argues that merely complying with legislation is not sufficient to accomplish genuine diversity and that, rather than assuming its benefits will naturally be derived and accepted,Expand
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Banging the other side of the saucepan: changing political activism and performance of citizenship among Argentina’s middle class, 2001-2013
In 2012 Argentina’s urban centres bore witness to widespread anti-government protests which were led by sectors of the middle and upper-middle class. These uprisings occurred on a scale not seenExpand
Revisiting the Argentine Crisis a Decade on: Changes and Continuities
The specter of crisis haunts the capitalist world. Indeed, it was an all too familiar phenomenon throughout less-industrialized countries in the second half of the twentieth century, and especiallyExpand
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