Industrial relations in Africa are composed of various mechanisms for influencing public policy. Actors respond to different degrees of limitations and incentives within specific labor markets as well as larger markets. This chapter analyzes the structure and trends of industrial relations in Africa. Also, the study reveals the diversities existing in a number of different countries. In addition, the study examines the rigid enforcement of regulation standards in some nations, attributable to different political climates in these respective states. The entrenched labor-management relations within the institutional framework will also be discussed. Special attention will be paid to the experiences of Ghana and South Africa with some additional, but less detailed, discussion of the other African experience.
|Titolo:||Industrial relations in Africa. Comparative prospective|
SARAIVA, LAURINDO FRANCISCO (Primo)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2008|
|Citazione:||Industrial relations in Africa. Comparative prospective / L.F. Saraiva. - [s.l] : null, 2008.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||08 - Relazione interna o rapporto di ricerca|
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