2 edition of International labor organizations and organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean found in the catalog.
International labor organizations and organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean
Robert J. Alexander
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert J. Alexander, Eldon M. Parker.|
|Contributions||Parker, Eldon M.|
|LC Classifications||HD6530.5 .A748 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780275977399, 9780313381836|
|LC Control Number||2009024768|
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In International Labor Organizations and Organized Labor in Latin America and the Caribbean: A History, Alexander explores one of the most fascinating and often overlooked aspects of the Latin American labor scene he has so meticulously chronicled: the relationships between labor unions within specific nations, region wide organizations, and Format: Hardcover.
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Robert Jackson "Bob" Alexander (Novem – Ap ) was an American political activist, writer, and academic who spent most of his professional career at Rutgers is best remembered for his pioneering studies on the trade union movement in Latin America and dissident communist political parties, including ground-breaking monographs on the International Communist.
A renowned and prolific scholar, Professor Alexander was the author or editor of 49 books, including Communism in Latin America (), Organized Labor in Latin America () and International. Author of Labour movements in Latin America, International labor organizations and organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean, The Venezuelan democratic revolution, Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War, International labor organizations and organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean, Communism in Latin America, Today's Latin America, The Peron era.
International labor organizations and organized labor in Latin America and the Caribbean: a history Responsibility Robert J. Alexander ; with the collaboration of Eldon M. Parker. International Labor Organizations and Organized Labor in Latin America and the Caribbean: A History By Robert J. Alexander Praeger, Read preview Overview Presidents, Prime Ministers, and Governors of the English-Speaking Caribbean and Puerto Rico: Conversations and Correspondence By Robert J.
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This volume deals with the history of organized labor in all of the countries of the English-speaking West Indies. It is the fourth in a series of histories of the organized labor movement in Latin America and the Caribbean. Alexander traces the countries' origins, early struggles, experiences with collective bargaining, and the key roles in the politics of their respective countries 4/5(1).
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News about International Labor Organization, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times. ALTHOUGH the problems of organized labor in Latin America must be considered as a whole, there are many important differences in the situation in the various countries.
Despite the outsider's general impression of broad uniformity, the fact is that national conditions and characteristics differ more sharply as between one Latin American nation and another than they do, for instance, as Cited by: 2.
During the s, governments, employers, and international agencies pressed for greater flexibility in labor regulations throughout much of Latin America. In this comparative study of six Latin American countries, Maria Lorena Cook shows why these common pressures for 5/5(1).
Robert J. Alexander has 28 books on Goodreads with 87 ratings. Robert J. Alexander’s most popular book is International Trotskyism, A Document. Organized labor, rooted in industries such as steel and heavy machinery, has had trouble responding to these changes.
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CHILD LABOR IN LATIN AMERICA III. CURRENT LAWS Although child labor has been a topic of concern from the beginning of the ILO itself, it was not until the beginning of the s that there was a growing concern among the ILO constituent members about child labor and its detrimental effects on children and society Therefore, in ,Cited by: 2.This MPI webinar brought together public health and migration experts to analyze the impact that COVID preventative measures will have on vulnerable immigrants and refugees in Colombia and Latin America.
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