4 edition of Industrial relations in the privatised coal industry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 265-274) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD6976.M6152 G79 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 281 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||00132587|
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This title was first published in This book describes and accounts for the patterns of industrial relations which have emerged in the UK coal industry since privatization in In so doing, it also addresses wider issues relating to industrial relations and ownership. Get this from a library.
Industrial Relations in the Privatised Coal Industry: Continuity, Change and Contradictions. [Emma Wallis] -- "This title was first published in This book describes and accounts for the patterns of industrial relations which have emerged in the UK coal industry since privatization in In so doing.
Get this from a library. Industrial relations in the privatised coal industry: continuity, change and contradictions. [Emma Wallis]. This title was first published in This book describes and accounts for the patterns of industrial relations which have emerged in the UK coal industry since privatization in Coal production increased dramatically in the 19th century as the Industrial Revolution gathered pace, as a fuel for steam engines such as the Newcomen engine, and later, the Watt steam produce firewood in the s equivalent in energy terms to domestic consumption of coal would have required 25 million acres of land per year, nearly the entire farmland area of England (26 m.
acres). addressed in Industrial Relations in the Privatised Coal Industry. The great strength of Wallis’ excellent and insightful study is its capacity to ask and then answer the big research questions.
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