Eva Bellin is Myra and Robert Kraft Professor of Arab Politics in the Department of Politics and the Crown Center for Middle East Studies, Brandeis University.
This ambitious book examines the dynamics of democratization in Tunisia and other late-developing countries where the process has stalled.
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Table of Contents
1. Genesis of the Private Sector in Tunisia: The Logic of State Sponsorship
2. The Developmental Paradox: Capital's Emergent Power and Autonomy
3. A Checkered Alliance: State Sponsorship of Labor
4. Influence under Constraint: The Trajectory of Labor's Power and Autonomy
5. Capital and Labor: Agents of Democratization?
6. Stalled Democracy in Comparative Perspective
Appendix 1: Comparative Wage Rates in Forty-one Countries, 1990
Appendix 2: Number of Strikes in Tunisia, 1970–1994
Appendix 3: Organizational Structure of the Union Générale de Travailleurs Tunisiens
Appendix 4: Membership Numbers in the Union Générale de Travailleurs Tunisiens
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