Comparing Policy Networks: Labor Politics in the U.S., Germany, and Japan / Edition 1by David Knoke, Franz Urban Pappi, Jeffrey Broadbent, Yutaka Tsujinaka
This book examines how labor policies were made in the US, Germany, and Japan during the 1980s.See more details below
This book examines how labor policies were made in the US, Germany, and Japan during the 1980s.
Table of Contents
List of tables and figures; Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Policy-making in the organizational state; 2. Three labor policy domains; 3. Finding domain actors; 4. organizational policy interests; 5. Policy webs: networks, reputations, and activities; 6. Fighting collectively: action sets and events; 7. Exchange processes; 8. Power structures; 9. Variations on a theme of organizational states; Appendix 1. Legislative procedures in three nations; Appendix 2. Labor policy domain organizations; Appendix 3. Labor policy domain issues; Appendix 4. Labor policy domain legislative bills; Footnotes; References; Tables and figures.
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