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The Second Industrial Divide: Possibilities for Prosperity
* Introduction * Mass Production as Destiny and Blind Decision * The Corporation * Stabilizing the Economy * The Global and the Microscopic * The Pieces Repositioned: Mass and Craft Production AbroadExpand
Internal labor markets and manpower analysis
In what case do you like reading so much? What about the type of the internal labor markets and manpower analysis book? The needs to read? Well, everybody has their own reason why should read someExpand
The Second Industrial Divide
This is a book unlikely to be read by historians. Or rather, they may read it, but in their capacity as citizens concerned as the book's subtitle puts it about "Possibilities for Prosperity." TheExpand
Notes for a Theory of Labor Market Stratification
Toward managed flexibility: The revival of labour inspection in the Latin world
Examining the role of labour inspection in the context of the revival of labour market regulation, the authors distinguish between the Latin model, where inspectors have authority to tailorExpand
Beyond Markets: Sociology, street-level bureaucracy, and the management of the public sector
  • M. Piore
  • Economics, Sociology
  • 1 March 2011
This article extends the concept of street-level bureaucracy to address the problem of the inflexibility and rigidity of governmental rules and regulations, a problem at the heart of the standardExpand
Working in America: A Blueprint for the New Labor Market
The American labor market faces many deep-rooted problems, including persistence of a large low-wage sector, worsening inequality in earnings, employees' lack of voice in the workplace, and the needExpand
Changing Regimes of Workplace Governance, Shifting Axes of Social Mobilization, and the Challenge to Industrial Relations Theory
This article challenges prevailing views about the collapse of the New Deal industrial relations system and the role of the market. It argues that the old system has been replaced not by the marketExpand
Norms, Regulations, and Labour Standards in Central America
This report addresses the organization, nature, and prospects for labor law enforcement in Central America and the Dominican Republic. It draws a distinction between the Anglo-American approach toExpand
Dualism and Discontinuity in Industrial Societies
Originally published in 1980, the essays in this volume analyse a family of phenomena in advanced industrial societies for which neither liberal nor Marxist theories provide a systematic explanation.Expand