5 edition of Capital, Labor, and State found in the catalog.
August 16, 2000
by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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|Number of Pages||297|
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In State, Labor, Capital, Buchanan argues that state-mediated compromise among economic classes is and State book to replacing authoritarian rule with democracy.
Within this compromise, organized labor becomes a vital part of the transition, and the institutions that foster equitable labor-management bargaining become necessary to workers Ratings: 0.
Capital City is a rigorous, data driven examination of the role that real estate capital has played in making cities more and more unaffordable and gentrified.
He takes the time to carefully examine its history, the legal and political policies that drive it, and does the necessary work of following the money, which a depressing number of books /5(20). Capital-Labor Ratio in socialist economics, an indicator that characterizes the quantity of fixed production assets in branches of material production on a per-worker Capital.
The ratio is obtained by dividing the book value of these assets for a given year by the number of workers employed during that year.
Allowances are made in the totals for workers. Labor's Capital is an interesting and sophisticated book about one Labor the most explosive issues facing the U.S in the s.
No work on pensions in the last twenty years has covered so well the labor market and financial aspects of pensions. Second, the labor share alone is not a measure of inequality.
While capital income is far more concentrated than labor income, the level of inequality depends on the distribution of labor income, the distribution of capital income, and the labor share. In the United States, recent trends of increased income inequality involve all three elements.
As a political history, Capital, Labor, and State is more interested in. the positive than the normative, but it is clear that Robertson’s sympathies.
lie with the European corporatist model, in which the law provides “a fabric. of worker protections,” and labor and capital cooperate in setting wages and.
working conditions. Organized labor immediately becomes an issue where the state (or empire) and capital have divergent goals: who organizes the labor, and to what ends. The modern state is often far more interventionist than the traditional empire was, and in both capitalist and communist societies, the state and capital often work through a symbiotic relationship.
Capital-labour Relations in OECD Countries: From the Fordist Golden Age to Contrasted National Trajectories 3. Cooperative Employment Relations and Japanese Economic Growth 4. Changing Capital-labour Relations in South Korea 5. ‘New Unionism’ Among Capital, Labour and the State in Brazil 6.
Capital, the State and Labour in Malaysia 7. Capital. Volume I: The Process of Production of Capital (German: Das Band. Buch I: Der Produktionsprocess des Kapitals) is a treatise written in the tradition of classical political economy first published on 14 September by German communist Karl product of a decade of research and redrafting, the book applies class analysis to capitalism focusing upon.
Planning agencies provide a unique window into the ways the state uses and is used by capital, and the means by which urban renovations are translated into rising real estate values and rising rents.
Capital City explains the role of planners in the real estate state, as well as the remarkable power of planning to reclaim urban life. The breadth of industries which would be affected by labor saving technologies was forecasted to be unprecedented. In Carl Frey's new book he has provided a highly interesting historical view on the impact of technology on labor, capital and how productivity gains have been shared over time as a function of the nature of the technology Cited by: 6.
Reciprocal rights of capital, labor, buyers & the state, Contributor Names Phillips, Samuel Louis, Library of Congress Control Number Language English Reciprocal Rights of Capital, Labor, Buyers & the State.
[Washington, D.C., The National capital publishing co. The movement of capital and labor from England to its overseas territories was seen as part of the colonization process and, unlike free trade, requiring state regulation.
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Bellin focuses on the pivotal role of social forces and particularly the. Capital and Labor According to Karl Marx Karl Marx ’s comparison between capital and labor is another ideological dichotomy that is well known in the history of philosophy. In the context of Marx’s socioeconomic theory, the proletariat is in constant tension with the bourgeoisie, due to the fact that the two groups do not have equal access.
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Further, labor-led development demands a break with the power elite and with the views of mainstream intellectuals promoting ruling-class interests through their “mystifying ideologies supported by scientific methods”—all aimed at advancing the logic of capital accumulation and justifying the reproduction of the system’s inherent Author: Intan Suwandi.
The Great Railroad Strike of heralded a new era of labor conflict in the United States. That year, mired in the stagnant economy that followed the bursting of the railroads’ financial bubble inrail lines slashed workers’ wages (even, workers complained, as they reaped enormous government subsidies and paid shareholders lucrative stock dividends).Collected ted in chronological order, these selections from news periodicals, labor and business publications, novels, memoir, song, etc., reflect the broad range of opinion about labor unions, strikes, the worker-employer relationship, and the appropriate labor-capital balance within American democracy and the free marketplace.Book/Printed Material Image 1 of Labor and capital.
Carroll D. Wright, Commissioner of labor, shows how labor fares under large industrial corporations. former secretary of state, before the American society of international law, Ap [New York, ].