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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Melvyn Dubofsky; US USSR Colloquium on World Labor and Social Change. <3, 1983, Binghamton, NY>.
|Contents:||Introduction - Melvyn Dubofsky The Scientific-Technological Revolution and Contradictions of Capitalism - B N Ponomarev The Scientific-Technological Revolution and the Working Class - T Timofeev Socio-Economic Aspects The New Technology and the Problem of Employment - A Galkin Socio-Political Aspects Working-Class Formation and Working-Class Politics in Imperial Germany - Mary Nolan The Origins of Scientific Management in Russia - Heather Hogan Union-Management Cooperation in the United States - Sanford M Jacoby The 1920's and the Second World War Socialist Development and the Chinese Working Class - Andrew G Walder Quality and Quantity? Worker Participation in the US and Japanese Automobile Industries - Robert J Thomas Export Production Structures and the Latin American Labor Movements - Charles Bergquist Towards a Typology The Paradox of Women's Poverty - Joan Smith Wage-Earning Women and Economic Transformation Social Consequences of Technological Shifts in the United States - S V Mikhailov A Soviet View Recent Soviet Studies of American Labor History - N V Sivachev and I M Saveli'eva|
|Series Title:||Explorations in the world-economy, 4.|
|Responsibility:||Melvyn Dubofsky ed.|