Readership: Researchers, academics, and advanced students of Management Studies, Industrial and Labour Relations,
Organization Studies, Industrial Economics, Politics, and Sociology.
Howard Gospel, Professor of Management, Management Centre, King's College London, and Andrew Pendleton, Professor of Human Resource Management, University of York
Review(s) from previous edition"This book provides a wonderful comparative literature review and, as such, would be of great use in graduate seminars on the topic of worldwide governance practices... Overall, this is an excellent comprehensive text that draws together a tremendous amount of information and observation about world governance, and offers great insights into current world governance practices. The book should be of interest to any scholar interested in international governance and how governance systems worldwide are evolving.
- Corporate Governance: An International Review
"A very timely book... an important contribution.
" - British Journal of Industrial Relations
"An excellent source for anyone who wants a better understanding of the rich complexities of governance and labour management...
" - Human Resource Management Journal
Wolfgang Streeck: Preface
1: Howard Gospel and Andrew Pendleton: Corporate Governance and Labour Management: An International Comparison
2: Sanford Jacoby: Corporate Governance and Employees in the United States
3: Andrew Pendleton and Howard Gospel: Markets and Relationships: Finance, Governance, and Labour in the United Kingdom
4: Gregory Jackson, Martin Höpner, and Antje Kudelbusch: Corporate Governance and Employees in Germany: Changing Linkages, Complementarities, and Tensions
5: Bernd Frick and Erik Lehmann: Corporate Governance in Germany: Ownership, Codetermination, and Firm Performance in a Stakeholder Economy
6: Erik Poutsma and Geert Braam: Corporate Governance and Labour Management in the Netherlands: Getting the Best of Both Worlds?
7: Michel Goyer and Robert Hancke: Labour in French Corporate Governance: The Missing Link
8: Ruth Aguilera: Corporate Governance and Employment Relations: Spain in the Context of Western Europe
9: Sandro Trento: Corporate Governance and Industrial Relations in Italy
10: Takashi Araki: Corporate Governance, Labour, and Employment Relations in Japan: The Future of the Stakeholder Model?
11: Gregory Jackson: Towards a Comparative Perspective on Corporate Governance and Labour Management: Enterprise Coalitions and National Trajectories