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The Challenge of Labour in China: Strikes and the Changing Labour Regime in Global Factories (China Policy Series) download ebook

by Chris King-chi Chan

The Challenge of Labour in China: Strikes and the Changing Labour Regime in Global Factories (China Policy Series) download ebook
ISBN:
0415557038
ISBN13:
978-0415557030
Author:
Chris King-chi Chan
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Routledge; 1 edition (August 2, 2010)
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216 pages
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China¿s economic success has been founded partly on relatively cheap .

China¿s economic success has been founded partly on relatively cheap labour, especially in the export industries. In recent years, however, there has been growing concern about wages and labour standards in China. The author argues that these recent developments have brought to the fore the class basis of workers¿ protest in China and have thoroughly undermined the post-Marxist analysis of identity politics.

Chris King-Chi Chan’s book is a particularly .

Chris King-Chi Chan’s book is a particularly well-informed work of scholarship on the process of working-class formation among rural migrant workers in Shenzhe. hould prove invaluable both for scholars versed in the study of contemporary China and for those interested in labour politics and urban change in transitional societies. Chris King-Chi Chan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Social Science at the City University of Hong Kong, and is an active member of labour NGOs in Hong Kong and on mainland China.

Chris King-Chi Chan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Social Science at the City University of Hong Kong, and is an active member of labour NGOs in Hong Kong and on mainland China. He gained his PhD at the University of Warwick, UK, and previously worked as a trade union organiser in Hong Kong. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

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The Challenge of Labour in China : Strikes and the Changing Labour Regime in Global Factories.

China’s economic success has been founded partly on relatively cheap labour, especially in the export industries. In recent years, however, there has been growing concern about wages and labour standards in China. This book examines how wages are bargained, fought over and determined in China, by exploring how the pattern of labour conflict has changed over time since the 1970s. It focuses in particular on the city of Shenzhen where labour conflict and workers’ protests have been especially prevalent. This book includes a detailed account of the transformation of labour relations and labour policy in China more broadly during 2004 to 2009, a period when there have been significant changes in the labour market, labour regulation and labour relations. The author argues that these recent developments have brought to the fore the class basis of workers’ protest in China and have thoroughly undermined the post-Marxist analysis of identity politics. The book makes an invaluable contribution to studies on industry and labour, as well as Chinese studies.