Readership: Academics and graduate students of Industrial Relations, HRM, Politics, Political Economy, and Sociology.
Edited by Carola Frege, Reader in Industrial Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, and Assistant Professor at the School for Management and Employment, Rutgers University, and John Kelly, Professor of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics
"This book opens the way for a new phase of research and discussion among practitioners and scholars of industrial relations." - Transfer
1: Lowell Turner: Why Revitalize? Labour's Urgent Mission in a Contested Global Economy
2: Martin Behrens, Kerstin Hamann, and Richard Hurd: Conceptualizing Labour Union Revitalization
3: Carola Frege and John Kelly: Union Strategies in Comparative Context
4: Edmund Heery and Lee Adler: Organizing the Unorganized
5: Michael Fichter and Ian Greer: Analyzing Social Partnership: A Tool of Union Revitalization?
6: Kerstin Hamann and John Kelly: Unions as Political Actors: A Recipe for Revitalization?
7: Martin Behrens, Richard Hurd, and Jeremy Waddington: Can Structural Change be a Source of Union Revitalization?
8: Carola Frege, Edmund Heery, and Lowell Turner: The New Solidarity? Trade Unions and Coalition Building in Five Countries
9: Nathan Lillie and Miguel Martinez Lucio: International Trade Union Revitalization: The Role of National Approaches
10: John Kelly and Carola Frege: Conclusions: Varieties of Unionsim