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  • Zhang Xiaodan (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    This article examines shop-floor bargaining in China in both the socialist and reform eras. Based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted in three manufacturing factories, document analysis, and secondary sources, the author ...
  • Brown Kate (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    In 1980, Poles were the first to jump the communist ship and organize outside of the Communist Party, forming a ten-million strong alternative labor union, Solidarity. When the Communist government banned the Union in 1981, ...
  • Yu Renqiu (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    The experiences of the Chinese workers illustrate most dramatically the profound changes taking place in contemporary China. No longer the “leading class” in a socialist country, as proclaimed in the Constitution, many of ...
  • Vanhuysse Pieter (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    As East Central Europe is fast approaching the end of its second decade after the fall of the Berlin Wall, new studies of postcommunist politics and society can increasingly benefit from a longer historical perspective. ...
  • Phelps Christopher (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    After serving as an organizer for the independent labor union Solidarity (“Solidarność”) during Poland's 1980–81 upsurge, Zbigniew Marcin Kowalewski was elected to the union's regional leadership in Łódź in 1981. Poland's ...
  • Ngok Kinglun (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    This article examines the changes to and relations between labor policy and labor legislation in the context of China's market transition with a focus on the 1994 Labor Law and the 2007 Labor Contract Law. The initial ...
  • Zhang Xia (Cambridge University Press. New York, USA, 2008--01)
    This paper aims to examine the complicated processes and dynamics of rural migrant workers' occupation choice in post-Mao China among a specific migrant population, the bangbang (porters or carriers) in the city of Chongqing ...