This landmark volume chronicles the history and practice of
industrial relations to date. It focuses on the largely untold
story of how the globalization of industrial relations took hold
and explores in depth the pivotal events, idea, and people behind
it. For the most part, the roots of industrial relations field are
found in the United Kingdom and North America, and this volume
takes a substantive look at the field and practice that developed
in these regions before the Second World War. A comprehensive and
informative account of post-World War II events is also provided.
The book highlights the four all-important pillars that shaped
industrial relations after this period: the International Labour
Organization, the International Industrial Relations Association
(IIRA), American intellectual dominance in the several decades
following the war, and the spread of industrialism, market
economies, trade union movements, and democratic forms of
government to many non-Western nations.
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